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"What lies behind us and 
what lies before us is tiny 
compared to what lies 
within us." 
— Ralph Waldo Emerson 



THE 1998 ORACLE 

Randolph Jr. / Sr. High School 

" Massachusetts 02368 



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Editors' Message 



Senior Year... 



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Dedication 

Faculty 

Senior Pictures 

Clubs 

Sports 

A Look Back At The Past: 
Through the years... 

Closing Words 





Friends of the Class of 1998 




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EDITORS' MESSAGE 

"Time goes on, people touch and then they're gone. 

We laughed until we had to cry and we loved right 

down to our last good-bye." (St. Elmo's Fire) 

Although it might seem unusual for a Senior yearbook to be themed "Through 
the years" considering that we are focusing so much on the future, the idea is 
not unique with this class. We have a shared history together that cannot, and 
will not, be forgotten. From "The Freshman Casual" dance to Sophomore Night 
to our Semi-Formals, Proms, and Homecomings, the Class of 1998 has bonded 
and become close. As we prepare to leave the warm and fuzzy familiar life of 
our teenage years and venture into the big abyss that the adults keep telling us 
about — that scary place they call "the real world" — it will be the memories 
made, dreams formed, and goals accomplished "through the years" that will 
speak to us. We want to thank all of the wonderful people who have made the 
yearbook possible, including all of the section editors and everyone who gave of 
themselves, whether in the form of time, moral support, or pictures. We also 
want to thank Mr. Kaplan and his hard-working business staff for making sure that 
our Oracle would have an audience! Special thanks to Ms. Ellis for taking on the 
time-consuming and stressful position of our Advisor. Spending so much quality 
time in "the purple room" was made better by your constant assistance and 
understanding. Finally, we want to thank our classmates and friends in the Class 
of 1998. In addition to being the people that we work with and laugh with each 
and every day here at Randolph Junior / Senior High School, it was the sparkles in 
your eyes and the smiles on your faces that makes this yearbook a reminder of 
all of the special memories of high school. Thank you for being there for us... 

...through the years... 



May the future bring us all the best! Sincerely yours, 
Karen Schwartz, Ewan Munro, and Audrey Shore 

Editors-in-Chief 



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What is a friend? 

A single soul 

dwelling in two 

bodies/ 7 

(Aristotle) 





Above: Elise Schreiber and Suzanne 
Golden, and Natalie Chaves and Juli- 
et Menezes are psyched to be seniors! 

Right: With huge smiles and a bear 
hug, Nate Pally and Krysta Holley de- 
fine "senior bonding." 





Left: Shain Binns and Frico Jean are just chillirv during one of their 
many enthralling and enlightening classes. 




Above: Stephen "Walrus" Bass 
asks Linda Gorman to tell him 
what she wants for Christmas. 

Left: Jill Karsin and Melissa 
Chapman smile during English 



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The best way to make 
children good is to 
make them happy." 

(Wilde) 



Right: Derek DiMuzio and Jay Warren pose for the "Macho Men of RHS" 
calendar cover. 

Below: Saying "Aloha!" at the Senior Luau are Natalie Chaves, Lindsay 
Pearlstein, Stacey Levine, Leah Nankin, Kendra Bowers, Lea Strazzulla, 
Sheila Clapp and Angela Leroux-Lindsey. 






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There is no pleasure 
like friends/' 
(Proverbs) 



Left: Are Jennifer Raymond and Mary Collins practicing for Powder Puff? 

Below Left: Melissa McRae assures us that "A clean bathroom is a happy 
bathroom." 

Below Center: Rima and Chaitali Patel discuss the latest Aldo fashion news. 




Above: Linda Noyce and Rebecca 
Rogers are thinking "Two minutes 
until Community Service! Yay!" 

Right: Janet Lee loves Edith Ham- 
ilton's "Mythology." 






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(Cicero) 



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"Friendship is unnecessary, like philosophy, 

like art... t has no surivial value; rather it is 

one of those things that gives value to 

survival." (C.S. Lewis) 




Left: Karen Schwartz, Ewan Munro, 
and Allison Klotz get psyched to 
"circlify" in Mrs. Chui's room. 

Below left: Jared Fortes REALLY likes 
Peter Christian. 




x We cannot hold a torch to 

light another's path without 

brightening our own." 

(Ben Sweetland) 



Opposite page, top: Rima Patel, Laura Trull, Hala Zaiter, 
Mary Collins, Jessica Rondon and Chrissy Olivenza think 
that "Physics is phunn!" 

Opposite page, far left: Ben Goff is speechless. (A rarity!) 

Whynot, Dave Stein, and Carlos Monteiro enjoy yet an- 
other fun day with Mr. Jean-Pierre! 



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All that's sacred comes from 
youth!" (Pearl Jam) 



Right: Sheila Clapp, Stephanie Bonny, and Allison Bryan say, in the words of 
Mr. Kane, "Zip, zip, zup, zup, you're done!" 

Below: Sarah Ojastro and Jovelyn Castillo enjoy a fun afternoon in the lab. 

Below Center: Feeling undirected in her study hall, Christine Graziano 
poses for our camera. 




Right: Sunil "The Real Deal" Sharma is all 
that and a bag of chips! 

Far Right: "It's not unusal to be loved by 
anyone..." sings David Stein, doing his 
very best Tom Jones impression. 




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"Celebrate we will, for life is 

short but sweet for certain." 

(Dave Matthews Band) 



Left: llysse Aronson shows off her very weird taste in men... (Doesn't David 
Dreyfus look sexy?) 

Below: Johnny Kwan, Adam Pierece, Billy Baga, Angela Leroux-Lindsey, 
Mike MacGregor, Dan LaCivita, George Kalogeropoulos, Jonathan Ab- 
bett, David Dreyfus, Cyndi Stanley, Stacey Levine, Tom Geary and Ben 
Goff always study this way! 




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Right: Dan LaCivita, caught on 
the other side of the camera! 
(Seen here with Cyndi Stan- 
ley.) 




Right: Mix Bellevue gives 
homeroom one thumb up! 

Above Left: We always knew 
that boy was strange... 




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"I get by with a little 

help from my friends." 

(The Beatles) 




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know we'll be 

friends for life, 

sharing our 

dreams 

together. As we 

walk down the 

road, we'll 

never think 

twice. These 

memories are 

made forever. 

And though 

we're off to 

different worlds, 

somehow we're 

still together... 

'cause deep 

within our 

hearts the 

memories will 

last forever. " 

(Mystic Pizza) 



Above Right: Fesume Teshome and 
Robina Troupe snuggle in Biology class. 

Below Right: Denise Gomes and Traci 
Lipson want you to feel the imagery... 



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Left: Leah Nankin, Mary Collins, Audrey Shore, Rima Patel, 
and Juliet Menezes are just adorable. 





Above: Major hotties Kevin 
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ro strike a pose! 




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Left: Adam "I am a disgruntled 
postal worker" Pierce is at 
peace... for the moment... 




Above: Katie Keough and 
Michelle O'Connor are actual- 
ly on their way to class today! 



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DEDICATION 




Mr. Donald Nelson 



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As a sign of our appreciation for his investment of time to 
the youth of Randolph, the Class of 1998 is honored to 
dedicate this Oracle to Mr. Donald Nelson. Underneath 
the gleam in his self-described "small beady eyes" 
awaits a smile for anyone needing one. This is the true 
value of Mr. Nelson's teachings, for he has taught us the 
often forgotten simple things: the benefit of a smile, the 
worth of a wink. For his patience, kindness and time we 
place him in our fondest memories. As we leave Ran- 
dolph Junior / Senior High School, we wish Mr. Nelson 
health and happiness always. May he always grace the 
halls of Randolph High School in spirit, through the beauty 
of song! 





FACULTY 



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"Amuse as well as instruct. If you can make a man laugh, you can 
make him think and make him like and believe you." (Alfred Smith) 

Teachers have a job that surpasses conventional description and 
requires uncommon determination and skill. It stretches beyond the 
first bell of the morning and the last bell of the afternoon, and reaches 
past the realm of learning. The games and techniques we learn from 
our teachers play out not only in the classrooms of high school or the 
lecture halls of college, but in reality on the field of life. With 
understanding and warmth, and with patience and respect, the fac- 
ulty of Randolph Junior / Senior High School has guided us through the 
best of times and the worst of times. From learning the basics to fine- 
tuning our skills to the most specific levels, from giving us grades and 
homework to hugs and advice, thank you, members of the faculty, for 
helping us... 

...through the years... 









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RANDOLPH PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



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SUSAN G. TAYLOR E«LD. 
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Dear Class of 1998: 




Randolph jtusb men school 

JAMES E. WATSON 
BEADMACTm 

ROBERT A. JOHNSON 
HOUSEMASTER FOR BUSINESS 4 ORUIIONS 

JOHN P. GTLGGIO CEIAKD J. UNEBAN 

HOUSEMASTER HOUSEMASTER 

GRADES M CRAMS Ml 



Hay, 1998 



Congratulations on completing your high school education. 

It is my hope that the time that you have spent at Randolph 
Junior/Senior High School has prepared you for success. Keep 
in mind that success will not be instantaneous. You will have to 
work hard, have determination and learn from your mistakes. 

Go out into the world and make a difference. I hope that 
you will help others, serve as role models and help to make our 
country and world better. 

Best wishes on a successful future. I wish you good luck. 



Sincerely, 

James E. Watson 
Headmaster 



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RANDOLPH PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



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RANDOLPH JRSR HICH SCHOOL 

JAMES E. WATSON 

HEADMASTER 

ROBERT A. JOHNSON 

rrOUSXMASTER TOR BUSINESS A OPERATK>»c5 

JOHN P. GIUGGIO GERARD J. UNEHAN 

HOUSEMASTER HOUSEMASTER 

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CaQgrafuJaxiont 10 you and your families on passing i major milestone in your lives as graduates 
Irons Randolph Junior Senior High School 

For the past six years. I have had the honor and pleasure of working with you as you have 

br men and women The shared experiences of joy. success and even occasional sadness have 



Oa behalf of me Randolph Junior Senior High School administration, faculty and staff. I would 
luuriomana you for all of your oonmbutians to our school We wish you success in your careers and 




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Administrators 





Mr. Arthur Melia 
Superintendent 



Mr. Robert Johnson 

Housemaster 

Business and Operation 



School Committee 



Mr. John Giuggio 

Housemaster 

Jr. High 




Dr. Susan Taylor 
Assistant Superintendent 



From Left to Right: Mr. DiGiulio; Mr. Melia; Mr. Gass: Mrs. Mellon; Mrs. Irwin; Mr. Gilbert 



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Mrs ^ oak Ling Albrecht 
Bilingual 



Ms Stuc> rV Baker 
Computer Tech. 



Mr. Loretla Baldwin 
Ennlish 



Mrs. Mar>an Barbarisi 
Career De\clopment 







Mr Dawd Bern 
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Mr Thomas Brennan 
Science 



Ms Karen Brodeur 
Director of Humanities 



Ms. Diane Brown 
Learning Center 



Mr. Arthur Bumpus 

Science 








en-Ann Bumpus 
Pre- Vocational Support 



- ieila Burke 
Guidance Counselor 



Ms Man. Campbell 
Reading 



Mr. Phil Carlino 
Ph\ sical Education 



Mr. Luke Carroll 
Social Studies 






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.rce Room 



Ms. Joann Chapman 
Reading 



Mrs Kathleen Chase 
Health Education 



Mr. Chris Christopher 
Math 



Mr. John Chuckran 
Wood Shop 








:>cpt Chair 



Robert Clark 
Science &. Communis s 



Mr Richard Cohn 
Resource Room 



Mr I rancis \ lolosi 
Pupil Sen 



Dr. Robert Courno>er 
School Psvchologist 



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Mr. David Cronin 
Social Studies 



Ms. Jennifer Czaraowski 
Junior High Spanish 



Ms. Paula Daigle 
Spanish 



Ms. Lynne-Marie Dandeneau 
Music 



Ms. Carol Davenport 
Junior High Science 








Mr. Christopher Dead) 
Graphic Arts 



Dr. Antoinette Decker 
Science 



Mr. Stephen DelVecchio 
Reading 



Ms. Annette DiMascio 
Math and Tech. Dept. Chair 



Mr. John Doherty 
Junior High Science 








Mr. John Donovan 
Guidance 



Ms. Victoria Dully 
Junior High Social Studies 



Mr. Thomas Edwar 
Computer Tech. 



Ms. Sharon Ellis 
Science 



Mr. William Estes 
Science 








Mr. Laurence Fallon 
Guidance 



Mr. Michael Farrar 
Junior High English 



Ms. Alida Finney 
Aide 



Mrs. Judith Foley 
French 



Ms. Bethany Frankland 
Junior High Science 




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Mrs. Patricia Fredericksen 
Nurse 




Mr. Alfred Galante 

Director of Math. Science & 

Technology 




Mr. Robert Goldman 
Music 




Mr. Michael Good 
Math 




Mr. William Gould 
Physical Education 



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Mr. Ed Grilli 
Advance 



Mrs Ellen Hahn 
Math 



Mrs. Lvnne Harding 
Socral Studies 



Mr. Thomas Hednck 
Music 








M* k.rr.r'erK Hudson 
Spanish 



Mr. John Hurle\ 



Mr. Joseph Jean-Pierre 
T.B.E. E.S.L. 



Mr. Philip Kachinsk> 
Social Studies 



Mr. Joseph Kane 
Math 








Mr Paul Kaplan 
Social Studies 



Mr. Thomas Keefe 
Resource Room 



Ms. Kathryn Kiley 
Health Education 



Mr. Paul King 
Science 



Ms. Paula Klusas-King 
Spanish 







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Mr. Larn Larson 
Junior High Math 



Mr. Henr> Lawlor 
Junior High Math 



Ms. Lvnette Lema\-Fre-.e 
t.B.E. ' E.S.L. 



Mr. Andrew Le\erone 
Math 








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M* \nnMane Malonc 
Social Studies &. English 



Mr. Edward Mashnck 
English 



Mr. Joseph McCann 
Drafting 



Ms. Sandra McFadden 
E.S.L 



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Mr. Dennis McKee 
Junior High Social Studies 



Ms. Sheila Mirow 
Social Studies 



Ms. Miriam Modricamin 
Spanish 



Ms. Teresa Mozaz 
Spanish 



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Ms. Diane Murphy 
Library / Media Aid 




Mr. Richard Murphy 
Electric Shop 






Ms. Denice Murray 



Mr. Joel Neiditz 
Social Worker 



Mr. Donald Nelson 
English 




Mr. John Nolan 








Mr. Kevin O'Brien 
Science 



Dr. William O'Brien 
Science 



Mr. Robert Pillarella 
Pre-Vocational 



Mr. Robert Pirrera 
English 



Mr. Garrett Powell 
Math 








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Mr. Robert Primmer 
English 



Mr. Dean Putnam 
French 



Mr. Brendan Riordon 
Adjustment Counselor 



Ms. Linda Rosenfield 
Special Services 



Ms. Diane Samia 
Child Care Coordinator 








Mr. Donald Sarney 
English / Communications 



Mr. Daniel Schwemin 
Junior High Math 



Mr. Frank Shedlock 
Physical Education 



Mr. John Sheehan 
Social Studies 



Mr. JelT Shindell 

Special Needs 



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a Skelly 
French 



Mrs Manly n Slattery 
Spanish 



Dr. William Slattery 
Social Studies & Dept. Chair. 



Ms. Elaine Stadfield 



Mrs. Cher\l Steward 
Life Skills 








\rlene Sugarman 
Resource Room 



Mr. John Sulli\an 
Social Studies 



Mr. Richard Sullivan 
Social Studies 



Mr. Robert Sullivan 
Supply Coordinator 



Ms. Anita Sung 
Bilingual 




Mr Richard Sweeney 
Health Education Supervisor 




Ms. Jennifer Tantillo 
English 







Ms. Natalia Taube 
English 








Mr. Edward Todd 
Chemistry 





Ms. Lorraine Tower 
Spanish 




Mr. Jack Tuite 
Math 



Mr. Thomas Turner 
Math 



Mr. Steve Vaillencourt 
Social Studies 



Mr. Anthony Vellame 
English 



Mr. Robert Yisser 
Career Experience 






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Junior High English 



Ms Barbara Wagner 
Resource Room 



Mr. David Wahlgren 
Guidance Counselor 



Mrs Mar) \nn Hill-Walker 
Library / Media Specialist 



Ms. Patricia Ward 
English 



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Ms. Barbara Webber 
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Mr. James Wheeler 
Resource Room 



Ms. Joanne Fole> 
Guidance 



Ms. Diane Yearwood 
Social Worker 



Ms. Man Dana Young 
E.S.L.T.B.E. 








Dr. Fred Youngclaus 
Psychology Specialist 



Mr. Steve Zawatski 
Junior High English 



Ms. Virginia Bradbury 
Physical Education 



Ms. Leann Burke 
Junior High Math 



Ms. Maureen O'Connor 
E.S.L./T.B.E. 








Ms. Anne Harrington 
Aide 



Ms. Linda Rosenfield 
Special Sen ices 



Ms. Lauren Schult 



Ms. Hui Ning Marsigliano 
ESL 



Mr. Richard Simon 
Alternative Program 








Mr. Daniel Bellistri 



Mv Dianne Silvia 
Phvs Ed 



Mr. Kenneth Swanson 
Pupil Service Director 



Ms. Kim Ruland 



Ms. Sharon Bamberg 
Phvs Ed 








Mr. Brian Russo 
I.S.S. Coordinator 



Ms. M. Ketsia Theodore 



Ms. Joan Gershman 
Speech 



Ms. Leah Johnson 
8th Grade Guidance 



Ms. Michelle Scoza 
Grade 7 English 



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Ms. Ja>ne Daly Ms. Tami Heywood Ms. Dee Lennon Ms. Trish O'Meara Ms. Marguerite Nelson 




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Secretaries 



Ms Kathleen Rakoski 







Ms. Joanne Chericelo Ms. Linda Leondike 



Ms. Joanne Mullen 



Cafeteria 
Staff 





Ms. Barbara Scott Mr. Joseph Dodero 




Custodians 



Mr. Joe Prcviti 




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Look quickly! Seniors are actually busy in classes! (Clockwise from top are Krysta Holley and Sunil Sharma, Lindsay 
Pearlstein and Kendra Bowers, Wing Wong.) 



"So many faces in and 

out of my life. Some will 

last; others will just be 

now and then. Life is a 

series of hellos and 

good-byes. I'm afraid it's 

time for a good-bye." 

(Billy Joel) 




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"We'll take the best and 

forget the rest and 

someday will find that 

these are the best of 

times." (Styx) 




Above: The best thing about Honors classes is the puppets! 




Left: Mack daddy Mike MacGregor 
with his harem Melissa McCormick, 
Sheila Clapp, Linda Gorman, Lea 
Strazzulla, Stacey Levine, Melissa 
Goncalves, Denise Gomes, Natalie 
Chaves and Evelyn Ojastro. 

Above: Mike Davidson doesn't look 
like such an innocent cheeseball 
now, does he? 

Top: Happy as always are Tali De- 
gany, Jeremy Bernstein and Julius 
Castillo. 



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SENIORS 



"Lift up your hearts. Each new hour holds new chances 
for new beginnings." (Maya Angelou) 

1998. In our wildest dreams, we never knew this year would be upon us 
so soon. When we approached Randolph Junior / Senior High School 
for the first time, most of us as small seventh graders, the Seniors 
looming tall above us seemed so... big. Now here we are, just a few 
years later, ruling the school, running the clubs, and being those Seniors 
that were so different from us. We are a diverse class in many regards. 
We have famous athletes and excellent students, brilliant philosophers 
and amazing artists. We are sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, boy- 
friends, girlfriends, and best friends. We are from everywhere in the 
world, and going everywhere in the world. We are motivated, strong- 
willed, and passionate. And more than anything, we are unique. The 
Class of 1998 is moving on to rock the world, using the self-esteem and 
enthusiasm that we've gained and built up... 

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Josue Alexandre 



William J. Baga 



avorite Song: "Time For Some 

\ction" by Redman 

\mbition; I would like to raise a 

amily while living comfortably. 

\ctivities: 

aseball8, 9, 10. 11 12 

asketball9, 10. 11 12 

ootball9, 10, 11, 12 



Jonathan M. Abbett 

"Courage is resistance to fear, 

mastery of fear - not absence 

of fear." (Mark Twain) 

Ambition: To become a 

philanthropist 

Activities: 

Co-Founder, Alternative Sports 

Club. 12 

School Store 9, 10 

Harvard Model Congress 10, 1 1 

NHS 10. 11, 12 

Theatre Guild 9, 10, 11, 12 





Ebony Abel 




Vasilios 
Alexopoulos 

Ambition: No more speeding 
tickets 





llysse L. Aronson 

"There is no future. There is no 

past. I live this moment as my 

last." (Rent) 

Ambition: To touch the lives of 

those who I love. 

Activities: 

Soccer 9 

Cheerleading 10 

Peer Leadership 11, 12 

Show Choir 9, 10. 11, 12 

Select Chorus 9, 10, 11. 12 

A Capella Choir 1 1 

NHS 10. 11. 12 




Jennifer Au-Yeung 

"Never expect anything from 
anybody and you'll never be 
disappointed." (Sylvia Plath) 
Ambition: To have 
wealth.virtue. and happiness 
Activities: 

Blue and White Banner 
columnist 9, Publicity 
Chairperson 10, Co-Editor-in- 
Chief 11, staff 12 
NHS 10, Secretary 11, Treasurer 
12 

Amnesty International 9. Co- 
Vice-President 10, 11, 12 
Community Service (Turner 
Free Library) 10, 11 12 




Brad Bantz 





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Stephen E. Bass 



Favorite Song: 'Tight For Your 

Right" by the Beastie Boys 

Ambition: To do as little as 

possible and get paid for it 

Activities: 

Tennis 7. 8. 9, 10. 11. Captain 

12 

Tutor 9. 10 

Homeroom Representative 11. 

12 

SADD 11. 12 




Alix Bellevue 



Matthew Bloom 




Eric Benefit 



Favorite Song: "Lie in Our 

Graves" by Dave Matthews 

Band 

Ambition: To become a 

physical therapist 

Activities: 

Baseball 10. 11, 12 

Publicity Club 9 

Homecoming Float 1 1 



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Michael Bethony 




Shain Binns 




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Stephanie L. Bonny 



"Zip. zip. zup. zup. you're done!' 
(Mr. Kane) 

>*ion: To be successful 
Activities: 
Basketball 9. 10. 11. Captain 12 

3 11. 12 
Peer Leadership 11. 12 
Soccer 10. 11. 12 
Student Alliance 11. 12 
Chorus 12 

Spring Track 9. 10. 11. 12 
5tuden1 Council 12 
Band 9. 10, 11. President 12 
3 owder Puff 11. 12 




Kendra E. Bowers 



"All the world's a stage." 

(Wiliiam Shakespeare) 

Ambition: To follow life as a 

journey and not a destination 

Activities: 

Powder Puff 11. 12 

Homeroom Representative 12 

Teacher's Aid 10 

SADD 12 

Yearbook (Saies Staff) 12 





Anthony Brice 





Philip Brunis 



Ambition: To be a successful 

businessman 

Activities: 

Football 9. 10. 11. 12 



Allison Bryan 



\mbition: To be successful 
\ctivities: 

occer°. Captain 10, 11. 12 
;asketball9. 10, 11, 12 
oftball9. 10. 11, 12 
itudent Council 10. 12 
'eer Leadership 12 
Community Service 12 




James Burke 





Thomas Patrick 
Burke, Jr. 

"We are the music makers, 
and we are the dreamers of 
the dream." (Willy Wonka) 
Ambition: To be a sportsc aster 
Activities: 

Marching Band 9, 10 
Jazz Band 9 
RHTV 11 

Senior Video Yearbook Co- 
Producer/Editor 12 





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Hillary Capeless 



Ambition: To live long and 

prosper 

Activities: SADD 10, 11 

Student Alliance 9, 10. 11. 12 




Mary Beth Cassidy 



"For all the land which thou 

seest, to thee I will give it and 

to thy seed forever." (Genesis 

13:15) 

AmPition: To Pe a self-made 

person 

Activities: Theatre Guild 1 1 



Jovelyn Castillo 



Ambition: To be a nurse 
Activities: 
International Club 12 





Peggy Chan 



Favorite Song: "In Your Eyes" by 

Peter Gabriel 

Ambition: To be happy ana 

successful 

Activities: 

International Club 9. 10 

SADD 11. 12 

Robotics Club 10. 11 

ART 12 

Environmental Club 11. 12 

Alternative Sports Club 12 

Amnesty International 11. 12 

Physics Row Captain 12 

Teacher Aide 12 

Chess Club 12 



Julius Castillo 





Pei-Yao Chang 



Favorite Song: "Take My 
Breath Away" by Air Supply 
Ambition: To be rich 
Activities: Theatre Guild 10 



Melissa Chapman 



Favorite Song: "Nothing's 
Gonna Stop Us Now" by 
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ross Country 1 1 




Roland Charpentier 



Favorite Song: "Da Joint" by 

EPMD 

Ambition: I want to have mad 

C.R.E.A.M. 




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Natalie Chaves 



nbition: To be successful and 

jppy 

;tivities: 

ysics Row Captain 12 

leerleading 10, 11, 12 

)wderPuff 11, 12 

ass Secretary 11, 12 

udent Council 11, 12 

)meroom Representative 9, 





Peter Christian 



Ambition: To live long and die 

young 

Activities: 

Soccer 9, 10, 11, Captain 12 

Peer Leadership 12 

Winter Track 10 



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Marc "Popa" 
Constantino 

Favorite Song: "Time" by 
Hootie and the Blowfish 
Ambition: To earn Bill Gates' 
paycheck for an hour 



Farley J. Chery 



Favorite Song: "Ready or Not" 

by The Fugees 

Ambition: To become a 

popular fashion designer and 

have my name written on the 

bodies of beautiful women 

Activities: 

African-American Club 

(Director of Fashion Shows) 1 1 , 

12 

Football 10, 11, 12 




Mary Collins 



Favorite Song: "Amazing Grace" 

Ambition: To teach and touch the 

lives of the future 

Activities: 

Student Council 9, 10, 11. President 

12 

Class President 10. 1 1 

Cheerieading 9, JV Captain 10. 11, 

Captain 12 

NHS 10, 11. 12 

Powder Puff 11. 12 

Spring Track 11. 12 

SADD 11, 12 

Softball 9. JV Captain 10 

Publicity Club 9. 10 

Physics Row Captain 12 






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Sheila M. Clapp 



Favorite Song: "Wind Beneath 
My Wings" by Bette Midler 
Ambition: To live life to its 
fullest and have fun in the 
process 
Activities: 

Cheerieading 10. 11, 12 
Student Council 10. 11, 
Recording Secretary 12 
Powder Puff 11, 12 
Peer Leadership 12 
Homeroom Representative 10, 
11, 12 
SADD 12 




Kathleen Cordon 



Favorite Song: "All Cried Out' 
by Allure and 112 
Ambition: To be successful in 
my career 







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Ivan E. Cruz 



Favorite Song: "Can It Be So 
Simple?" by Wu-Tang Clan 
Ambition: Be successful in 
everything I do no matter what 

— be #1! 




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Ambition: To be rich 
Activities: 
Football 10 
Winter Track 10 
Spring Track 10 
SADD 12 
Student Alliance 12 



Manoucheka Dasse 



Favorite Song "Bedtime" by Usher 

Ambition: To get my doctorate in 

psychology and to help others 

Activities: 

Peer Leadership 10. 11. 12 

Tutor 10. 11. 12 

SADD 9. 10. 11. 12 

Student Alliance 9. 10. President 1 1. 

12 

African-American Club 11. 12 

Homeroom Representative 10, 11. 

12 

Powder Puff 12 




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Michael Davidson 



"A nice man is a man of nasty 

ideas." (Jonathan Swift) 

Ambition: To say something so 

profound that seniors of the 

future will quote me in their 

yearbooks 

Activities: 

Football 8, 9, 10, 1 1. Captain 

12 

Baseball 8. 9 

Basketball 9 

Track 11, 12 

Golf 10, Captain 11 12 

SADD 11, 12 

Peer Leadership 12 




Tali Degany 



Activities: 

Theatre Guild 9, 10, 11, 12 



Michael D. 
DiBenedetto 

"Few are those who see v/ith their 
ana feel with their own 
hearts." (Albert Einstein) 

•ion: 
To make myself and everyone 
around me as hcdpy as possible 

^wi store 9, 10 
12 
-President 11. president 12 
Bo-! ). 11. 12 

Cross Cor try 9. 10. 11 
1, 11. 12 




Beth DiFranza 



Ambition: To take over the 

media world 

Activities: 

RHTV 10. 11, 12 

NHS 11. 12 

Winter Track 9, 10, 11. 12 

Spring Track 9, 10, 11, 12 

Physics Row Captain 12 

Environmental Club 10, 11, 

President 12 

ART 9, 10, 11, 12 

Project Teamwork 9, 10, 11, 12 

Oracle Layout Co-Editor 12 



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Derek E. DiMuzio 



Favorite Song: "Let's Get It 

On" by Marvin Gaye 

Ambition: To be a WWF 

wrestler 

Activities: 

Hockey 8, 9, 10, Captain 11, 

12 





Thomas A. Driscoll 



Favorite Song: "Indifference" 
by Pearl Jam 
Football 7. 8, 9, 12 



Kharl R. Eddins 





Annie Maria 
Fernandes 

Ambition: To be a famous 

actress 

Activities; 

Basketball 1, 8, 9, 10. 11, 12 

Soccer 9, 1 1 

Student Alliance 12 

Theatre Guild 12 



David C. Dreyfus 



Ambition: Sports broadcaster 

Activities: 

SADD 11, 12 

Student School Committee 

Representative 10, 1 1 

Homeroom Representative 1 1 , 

12 

Kid Company Sportsword on 

New England Cable News, 10, 

11, 12 

Sports Pages, Randolph 

Community TV 1 1 



Peter Evans 





Kevin D. "Bud" 
Durand 

"All I know is that indecision 
may or may not be my 
problem." (Frank Bama) 
Ambition: A career in music 
and the arts 
Activities: 
Chorus 10, 11, 12 
Show Choir 11, 12 
Marching Band 10, 11 12 





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Jared Joseph Forte 



Favorite Song: '"Why" by Los' 

Boys 

Ambition: To become 

successful and rich 

Activities: 

Homeroom Representative 1' 

Basketball 7. 8.9. 10. 11, 12 



Sandra Freitas 




Thomas Geary 



Favorite Song: "Corduroy" by 

Peart Jam 

Activities: 

Baseball 9. 10. 11. 12 

Cross Country 10. 11. Captain 

12 

Winter Track 10. 11, 12 

Homeroom Representative 10, 

11 

SADD 11, 12 

Student Council 12 

NHS 11, 12 

Oracle Business Manager 12 





Jennifer Gibosse 



Favorite Song: "Suicidal 

Thoughts" by Smallie Big 

Ambition: 

To never reach the point of 

Insanity! 

Activities: 

Student Alliance 9. 10. 11. 12 

Africcn- American Club 9, 10. 

11. 12 

SADD 9. 10. 11 

Scholarship Book 12 

Volleyball 12 




Denise F. Gomes 



"Celebrate we will, for life is 
short but sweet for certain." 
(Dave Matthews) 
Ambition: To turn all of my 
dreams into reality 
Activities: 

Cross Country 9. 10. 11. 12 
Spring Track 9, 10 
Basketball 9, 10. 11 
Peer Leadership 12 
Homeroom Representative 1: 
Powder Puff 11. 12 
SADD 11, 12 



Ben Goff 



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Suzanne Golden 




Melissa Goncalves 



bition: To be successful in 

stever I do 
ctivities: 

-eerleading 11. 12 
Dmeroom Representative 10, 



udent Alliance 10, 
udent Council 1 1 
Dwder Puff 12 



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Gardy Joseph 
Guiteau 

Emancipate yourselves from 

enta! slavery, cause no one 

it ourselves can free our 

nds." (Bob Martey) 

nbition: To earn a PhD in 

sfogy 

;tivities: 

ident Council 11, 12 

|IS 12 
dent Alliance 11, 12 

f.DD 11. 12 







Kemuel Gonzalez 



Activities: Winter Track 10, 11 





Linda Elizabeth 
Gorman 

"There are only two ways to live 
your life. Ore is as though nothing is 

~cie. The other is as though 
everything is c miracle." (Einstein) 
Ambition: To live each day to the 
fullest 

. *ies. 
Cross Country 9. 10. 11, 12 
Sprng and Indoor Track 10, 11, 12 
SADD Vice-President 11. -12 
Tutor 10, 11, 12 
Peer Leadership 12 
Student Council 12 
Chorus 10, 11, 12 
Homeroom Representative 11. 12 
Alternative Spores Club 12 




Christine M. 
Graziano 

Ambition: To become a child 

life specialist 

Activities: 

Softball 9, 10. 11, 12 

Peer Leadership 9, 10, 11, 12 

Homeroom Representative 9, 

10 




Daniel Gulko 



"If it's not fun, why do it?" (Ben 

and Jerry's) 

Activities: 

Student Council 10, 11, 12 

Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 

Tutor-9, 10 

NHS 10, 11, 12 

Wrestling 10 





Shehla Guria Gull 



Favorite Song: "3e My Lover' 

by La Bouche 

Ambition: To have a nice and 

wonderful family 

Activities: 

Track 9 

Internationa! Club 9. 10, 11. 12 

Computer Club 9, 10 

Theatre Guild 10 

Amnesty International 9, 10 

Publicity Club 9, 10 

Student Council 9, 10. 1 1 

Tutor 10, 11 





Krista Monet Holley 



Favorite Song: "Ribbon in the 

Sky" by Stevie Wonder 

Ambition: To become a 

successful physician 

Activities: 

Student Alliance 11. 12 

Chorus 12 





Kristen L. Holyoke 



Favorite Song: "Jack and 

Diane" by John Mellencamp 

Ambition: To be on "The Real 

World" 

Activities: 

Powder Putt 11, 12 

Homeroom Representative 9, 

10 

Cheerleading 9 




Julia C. Hunter 



Ambition: performer (music/darn 

Activities: 

Cross Country 7. 8, 9, 10, 11. 12 

Band?. 8, 9, 10, 11. 12 

Track 7, 9, 10 

Basketball Cheerleading 12 

Powder Puff 11. 12 

Homecoming Float 1 1 

Office Aide 12 

Teacher Aide 12 

Homeroom Representative 12 

Show Choir 12 

ACapella 11, 12 

Chorus Manager 12 



Brunei J. Innocent 



Favorite Song: "It's Yours" by 
Wu-Tang Clan 
Ambition: To have my name 
said around the world 




Bradley Robert 
Jacobs 



Quote: "There are two ways to 

spread the light: To be the candle, 

or the mirror that reflects it." -Edith 

Wharton 

Ambition: To enlighten myself 

Activities: 

RHTV 12 

Environmental Club 11, 12 

Alternative Sports Club 12 

NHS 10, 11. Secretary 12 

Student Council 9, Executive Board 

10. 11, 12 

Homeroom Representative 10, 11, 

12 

Physics Row Captain 12 

Oracle Layout Co-Editor 12 





Frico Jean 



Favorite Song: "Triumph" by 

Wu-Tang Clan 

Ambition: I want to be a club 

owner, and be happy and 

successful. 




Asha Kizzy Joe 



"Emancipate yourself from 
mental slavery." (Bob Marley) 
Ambition: To be bold 
Activities: International Club 1J 



Richard Johns 




George 

Kalogeropoulus 

Activities: 

Tennis 9, 10 

Homeroom Representative 1 1 

12 

Peer Leadership 12 

SADD 11, 12 

Golf 11, 12 



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Jill Karsin 



avorite song: "Wish You Were 

ere" by Pink Floyd 

vmbition: To be sucessful 

activities: 

■heatre Guild 9, 10, 11, 12 

;horus9, 10,11. 12 

ADD 11, 12 

roject Teamwork 9, 10 

eer Leadership 12 




Adam S. Katz 

"Don't take life too seriously, 

you're not getting out alive." 

(Bugs Bunny) 

Ambition: To win the lottery 

Activities: 

Soccer 10, 11. Captain 12 

Football 9 

Baseball 9 

Winter Track 10 

SADD 11, 12 













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Katie J. Keough 



Ambition: To be an 
occupational therapist 





Allison E. Klotz 



Quote: "He is a fool who leaves 

things close at nana to follow what is 

out of reach" (Plutarch) 

Ambition: To be successful in each 

new endeavor 

Activities: 

Band 9 

Chorus 11. 12 

SADD 9 

Community Service 12 

Office Aide 9, 10 

"Oracle" Advertising Manager 12 

Tour Guide 9, 10, 11, 12 

Physics Row Captain 1 2 



Jie-Ping (Shelly) 
Kuang 

mbition: Singer, pianist 
ctivities: 

mnesty International 11, 12 
^emotional Club 10, Officer 
1, 12 

ommunity Service 11, 12 
srary Staff 1 1 
er Leadership 12 
ath Team 10, 11, 12 
jtor 10, 11, 12 
-\S 11, 12 
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"ivironmental Club 10 
DboticsClub 11, 12 





Daniel A. LaCivita 



"My heart is tuned to the guietness 

that the stillness of nature inspires." 

(Hazrat Inayat khan) 

Ambition: To program, to explore, 

to learn 

Activities: 

NHS 10, Co-Service Chair 11. 12 

ART 7,3,9, 10. 11. 12 

Theatre Guild 11, 12 

School Store 9, 10 

Environmental Club 11. 12 

Chorus 10, 11. 12 

Yearbook Photographer-in-Chief 12 

Alternative Sports Club 12 

Computer Lab Administrator 11,12 




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Pee Jay Laureta 



Ambition: To go into the Air 
Force or Navy 





Janet Maria Lee 



Favorite Song: "Two Become 

One" by Spice Girls 

Ambition: Computer 

programmer 

Activities: 

International Club 10, 11. 12 

Math Team 1 1 

Environmental Club 12 

Softball 9 

Tutor 9, 10 

Library Aid 12 

Chess Club 12 





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Amnesty International 11.12 
Community Service 12 
:ent Alliance 11. 12 

.o 10, 1". 12 
• Aid 12 
RHTV 12 



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Connie Wing-Ching 
Lee 

"Stone walls do not a prison 

make, nor iron bars a cage." 

(Richard Lovelace) 

Ambition: To be what I already 

am: content 

Activities: 

Swim Team 7. 8, 9. 10, 11, 12 

ART 7. 8.9, 10. 11 

Theater Guild 9. 10, Manager 

11, 12 

NHS Service Co-Chair 10, 11, 

Fund-Raising Co-Chair 12 

Math Team 11, 12 





Angela 
Leroux - Lindsey 

Favorite Song: "Footsteps' by 

Pearl Jam 

Ambition: To live happily ever 

after 

Activities: 

Student Council 9. 10, 11. 12 

Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 12 

SADD 11. 12 

Peer Leadership 12 

Powder Puff 11. 12 

School Store 9, 10 

Gymnastics 10. 11, 12 

Tutor 10 MM 



Stacey J. Levine 



Favorite Song: "Indifference" 

by Pearl Jam 

Ambition: To choose the road 

less traveled and make it a 

busy highway 

Activities: 

Class President 12 

Basketball 9, 10, 11 captain 

Class Vice-President 10, 11 

JV Cheerleader 10 

SADD 11, 12 

NHS 10, 11, 12 

Powder Puff 11, 12 

Student Council 9, 10, 11. 12 

Peer Leadership 1 1, 12 







Jason "Ogre" 

Levinson 

ow high can you fly with 

Dken wings?" (Aerosmith) 

nbition: To succeed at 

latever I do in life 

:tivities: 

ass Vice-President 12 

sketball9, 10, 11, 12 

jlf 11, 12 

ack 10 

otball 9 

■meroom Representative 9, 

. 11, 12 

blicity Club 10 



Ly Luong 



nbition: To be happy and 

:cessful 

:tivities: 

leerleading 9,10,11,12 

er Leadership 11,12 

wder Puff 1 1 

meroom Representative 

,12 





Marie Louissaint 



Traci Beth Lipson 



Ambition: Elementary School 

Teacher 

Activities: 

Homeroom Representative 12 

SADD 12 

School Store 10 




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Michael Philip 
MacGregor 

Ambition: To live happily with 
my family 
Activities: 

Football 9.10,11,12 
Baseball 9,10,11,12 
Basketball 9,10,11,12 
Student Council 11,12 



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Melissa A. 
McCormick 

Favorite Song: "Because You 

Loved Me" by Celine Dion 

Ambition: To be happy and 

succesful 

Activities: 

Softball 9,10. 11, Captain 12 

Student Alliance 11,12 

Basketball 9.10, 11 Captain 12 

Powder Puff 11,12 

Soccer 10 

Homeroom Representative 

10,11.12 

Peer Leadership 12 

SADD 11,12 



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Melissa A. McRa€i 



Ambition: To live life to the 

fullest 

Activities: 

Cheerleading, 9, Captain 10 IJ 

11. 12 

Basketball 9. Captain 10, 11 

Student Council 

Representative 10, 11 

Homeroom Representative 1'l 

11 ,12 

Powder Puff 11, 12 



Sabine A. Menard 



Favorite Song: " Get OUT. 
by Changing Faces 
-~oition: To become very 
successful in my career 
Activities: 

African-American Club 1 1 
Select Chorus 10, 11. 12 




Juliet D. Menezes 



Favorite Song: "Dreams" by The 

Cranberries 

Ambition: To live a happy and 

successful life and to inspire others 

Activities: 

Class Treasurer 9. 10 . 1 1. 12 

Student Council Representative 9, 

10, 11. 12 

Winter Track 9, 10 

Spring Track & Field 9, 10. 1 1, 

Captain 12 

Cheerleading 9. 10, 11, Captain 12 

Gymnastics 10, 11, Captain 12 

Powder Puff 11, 12 ' 





Marc Philip 
Menovich 

"Life is what happens to you while 

you're busy making other plans. " 

(John Lennon) 

Ambition: To become a teacher of 

the arts 

Activities: 

Marching Band 9, 10. 11. 12 

Jazz Band 9, 10. 11. 12 

Show Choir 9, 10, 11. 12 

Chorus Band 9. 10, 11. 12 

Student Council 9 

Alternative Sports Club 12 

Golf 9, 10. 12 

Peer Leadership 10, 11, 12 

Madrigal Chorus 9, 10 

Theatre Guild 10 




Elisha Ta'mika Mille 



Favorite Song: "All Cried Out'" 

by Allure and 112 

Ambition: To be the best I car 

be in my life 

Activities: 

African-American Club 1 1 

Step Squad 12 



Indya Mitchell 



Favorite Song: "Don't Stop 'Til 
You Get Enough" by Michael 
Jackson 

olay basketball, 
graduate fr ege. and be 

~essful 

k^oa»8.9, 10. 11. 12 

-encan Club 10. 11. 



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Jason Moi 



Favorite Song: "Tha 

Crossroads" by Bone Thugs-N- 

Harmony 

Ambition: To be successful 

Activities: 

National Junior Honor Society 9 

Project Teamwork 11, 12 

Amnesty International 12 

International Club 12 

Tutor 12 




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Carlos E. Monteiro 



;tivities: Soccer 10, 11, 12 
isketball 10. 11, 12 




Amy Mui 

"A useless less if an early 

death." (Ven Goethe) 

Ambition: To be happy 

Activities: 

International Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

Tutor 9, 10 





Leah Beth Nankin 



orite Song: "The Rose" by Bette 
■tier 

bition: To live next to Kimberly 

i Ogre for the rest of my life! 

fivities: 

ncer 7, 8, 9. 10, 11, Captain 12 

eerieading 9, 10, 11, 12 

tbal! 7, 8. 9, 10. 11, Captain 12 

r Leadership 11, 12 

vderPuff 11, 12 

rieroom Representative 9, 10, 
12 

licity Club 10 

orus 7, 8. 9, 10. 11, Assistant 

nager 12 
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Ewan H. Munro, Jr. 



Quote: "...tney ere touched by an 

epiphany, a heavenly, fluttering 

presence. That would be me...." (Joe 

Queenan) 

Ambition: To move onward to a higher 

plateau of knowledge 

Activities: 

Community Service 12 

International Club 11. 12 

SADD11. 12 

Project Teamwork 10. 11, 12 

RHTV 11, 12 

ART 10. 11, 12 

Environmental Club 10, 11. Vice-President 

12 

Chess Club 12 

Alternative Sports Club 12 

Oracle Co-Editor-in-Chief 12 





Naderge Nicolas 



Ambition: Psychologist 




Linda Noyce 



Favorite Song: "Candy Girl" by 

New Edition 

Ambition: To be successful 

Activities: 

Student Council 12 

Peer Leadership 1 2 

Powder Puff 12 

Cranberry School-to-Career 

Partnership Representative 11, 

12 



Matthew Nagle 



Ambition: To take whatever 

happens in life, good or bad 

Activities: 

Homeroom Representative 9, 

10, 11 





Michelle Christine 
O'Connor 

Favorite Song: "Take My 
Breath Away" by Berlin 
Ambition: To always be smiling 



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Evelyn L. Ojastro 



Favorite Song: "Nice and 

Slow" by Usher 

Ambition: To get what I want 

out of life 

Activities: 

Homeroom Representative 9, 

10 

Powder Puff 11. 12 

Soccer Manager 12 

SADD 11. 12 

Student Alliance 10. Secretary 

11. 12 




Janet Carino 
Ojastro 

Quote: "Twere vain to spec- 
weep, to sigh. Oh. more than te J 
of blood can tell when wrung frc \ 
guilt's expiring eye are in the wc; 
farewell - farewell." (Lord Byron^ 
Favorite Song: "I'll Never Stop 
Loving You" by J'son 
Ambition: Medical Lab Assistant 1 
Activities: 

International Club 11, 12 
Project Teamwork 11. 12 
SADD 12 






Sarah Jane L. 
Ojastro 

Ambition: Computer 

Programmer 

Activities: 

International Club 10. 11. 12 

Chess Club 12 





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Nathaniel E. Pally 



Favorite Song: "Go Til It's 
Gone" by Janet Jackson 
Ambition: To be happy, rich 
and successful 
Activities 
, 11. 12 

-.U»ance9. 1C. 11. 12 
^^fc Track 9. 10. 11 
|Bce' 9. 12 




Chrissy Fernandez 
Olivenza 

Favorite Song: "Everytime I 

Close My Eyes" by Babyface 

Ambition: To be among the 

most important Pinays in the 

world 

Activities: 

National Junior Honor Society 9 

Powder Puff 11. 12 

Office Aide 12 

Class Secretary 9. 10 

Student Council 9. 10 





Thomas J. Padon 



Ambition: To be successful 




Chaitali Patel 



Favorite Song: "How Do I Live' 

by LeAnn Rimes 

Ambition: Medicine Major 

Activities: 

SADD 10. 11, 12 

Student Alliance 9, 10. 11, 12 

Tutor 9 







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Ravi Patel 




Rima A. Patel 



"Don't walk in frottfW me. I may 

not foNow. Don't walk behind me, I 

—ay hot lead. Jus* waik oeside me 

and be my friend." (Camus) 

Ambition: To shop only on Fifth 

Avenue, Rodeo Drive, and Newbury 

Street 

Activities: 

Soccer 9 

Student Council 9. 10 

Student Alliance Vice-President 1 1 , 

12 

Peer Leadership 12 

Voiieybali 12 









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Lindsay E. Pearlstein 



Ambition: To look back on my 

dreams and not think about 

what could have been 

Activities: 

Soccer 8, 9, 10 

Powder Putt 11, 12 

SADD 11. 12 

Publicty Committee 10 

Student Council 

Representative 11, 12 

Homeroom Representative 9, 

10, 11 

Peer Leadership 1 2 

Physics Row Captain 12 



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Ambition: To be a pharmacist 
Activities: 
Health Service 1 1 
Community Service 12 
Office Aide 12 




Adam G. Pierce 



"If ignorance is bliss, then 

knock the smile off my face." 

(Rage Against The Machine) 

Ambition: To have more cars 

than I need 

Activities: 

Baseball 9 

Winter Track 9. 10, 11, Captain 

12 

Spring Track 10, 11. Captain 12 

Cross Country 1 2 



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J. Eamon Roche 



e it seems, will fade away, 
■ 'urther everyday, there 
is nothing more for me. need 
the end to set me free." 
(Metallica) 

Ambition: To succeed in life 
and still enjoy it 



Mark D. Puglisi 



"Do or do not. There is no try. 
(Star Wars) 

■ion: Wildlife Biology 
Activities: 
Baseball 9. 10. 11. 12 





Carrie Rodman 



Ambition: To fulfill all my 

dreams 

Activities: 

Softball 11. 12 



Jennifer E. Raymorj 



"What fulfills you is not what* 

you keep, but what you givd 

away." (Madelyn Manning j 

Mims) 

Ambition: To do everything I 

can for others. 

Activities: 

Cheerleading 10. 11, 12 

Harvard Model Congress 10, 

11. 12 

Powder Puff 11. 12 

Library Aide 9. 10 





Rebecca A. Rogers 



Ambition: To be successful 

Activities: 

Soccer 9. 10, Captain 11, 12 

Amnesty International 9 

SADD 12 

Community Service 12 




Jessica Luz Rondo 



"Celebrate we will, for life Is short 

but sweet for certain." (Dc . s 

Matthews Band) 

Ambition: To have a happy and 

successful life 

Activities: 

Cheerieaaing 9, 10. Captain 1 1, 

Peer Leadership 11, 12 

Student Council 9. 10. PrincipdH 

Appointee 1 1 . Vice-PresidentJM 

Class Vice-President 9 

Homeroom Representative 

12 

Physics Row Captain 1 2 

SADD 1 1 

Spring Track 9. 10 



Barbara Saint Louis 



Favorite Song Carnival" by 
Wyclef Jean 

tion: To become a nurse 
%s 

can Club 11, 12 
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Elise Marie 
Schreiber 

Favorite Song: "Breakin' Down' 

by Skid Row 

Ambition: To be rich and 

always be myself 

Activities: 

Powder Puff 11, 12 





Karen Elise Schwartz 



Favorite Song: "Total Eclipse of the 

Heart" by Bonnie Tyler 

Ambition: To be an influential 

elementary school teacher and to 

be happy throughout my life 

Activities: 

Chorus 9, 11. 12 Section Leader 10 

A Capella 9, 10. 1 1 

Show Choir 12 

Theatre Guild 9. 10. 11. 12 

Color Guard 9, 10, 11 

Peer Leadership 11, 12 

SADD 12 

Literary Club 12 

Oracle Co-Editor-in-Chief 12 



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Peter Schwartz 



Ambition: To have fun and be 

successful at the same time 

Activities: 

Football 9, 10. 11, 12 

Baseball 9, 10. 11, 12 

SADD 11, 12 

Peer Leadership 12 



Sunil Sharma 



ition: To achieve 
atness, and a whole bunch 
noney 
ivities: 

k9. 10, 11, 12 
tent Alliance 12 

ball 11. 12 




Audrey Rose Shore 



"Don't listen to those who say it's 
not done that way. Maybe it's not, 
but maybe you will," (Neil Simon) 
Favorite Song: "Yerushalayim Shel 
Zahav" by Naomi Shemer 
Ambition: To change the world... 
and be the sunlight in your universe 
Activities: 

SADD Freshman Representative 9. 
Sophomore Representative 10. 
President 11. 12 
Peer Leadership 11. 12 
Student Alliance 10. 1 1. 12 
Harvard Model Congress 1 1 
Physics Row Captain 1 1 
Oracle Co-Editor-in-Chief 12 








Brett M. Skolnick 



Ambition; To make the most of 

everything 

Activities: 

Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 




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Eric Spector 



"All in all is all we are." (Kurt 

Cobain) 

Ambition: To have fun and be 

successful 



Cynthia K.C. Stanley 



3 -ning wei done is to 
;ooe it " (Rafeh Waldo Emerson) 
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■ Counci 9. 10. Executive Board 






Spring and Write- Track 9 10. 1 1. 12 

C'css Country ' !. 12 

'1. 12 
1*6 " 

Mcrvcrd Model Cc--:re$s 10 
a CcpeiaChc 
Grace or 12 




Tim D. Sproules 



Favorite Song: "Harvester c 

Sorrow" by Metallica 

Ambition: To be successful 

wealthy 

Activities: 

Hockey 10. Captain 11. 12 







David Stein 



Favorite Song: "Baby's Got Sauce" 

by G.Love and Special Sauce 

Ambition: To graduate high school 

Activities: 

Basketball 9. 10. 11. 12 

NHS 11. 12 

SADD 10. 11. 12 

Soccer 9. 10 

Student Council 12 

Homeroom Representative 9. 10. 

11. 12 

Harvard Model Congress 10, 11. 12 




Danielle Stewart 



Ambition: Social worker 
Activities: 

African-American Club 9, 10 
Amnesty International 9, 10 
Homeroom Representative 9, 
10 



Fesume Teshome 



Ambition: Brain surgeon 



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Martine Theart 



Favorite Song: "Waiting To 
Exhale" by Whitney Houston 



Lea Strazzulla 



"I'm only this far. And only 

tomorrow leads my way." 

(Dave Matthews Band) 

Ambition: To overcome life' 

obstacles with a smile! 

Activities: 

Gymnastics 9. 10, 11, Ccdti' 

12 

Spring Track 10 

Student Council 12 

Homeroom Representative 

10 

Peer Leadership 12 

Powder Puff 11. 12 




Michael W. Tirrell 



3t, drink and be merry, for 
norrow we die." (Dave 
tthews Band) 
! tivities: 
iior Video Co- 
tor/Producer 





Joshua B. Tuton 



ho roads diverged in a 

>od... 1 took the one less 

veled by, and that has 

ide all the difference." 

)bert Frost) 

ibition: To enjoy the ride 

tivities: 

ketball9, 10, 11 12 
meroom Representative 9, 

11, 12 
DD 11, 12 

r Leadership 11, 12 




Michael Tordiglione 




Robina Lynette 
Sykes-Troupe 

"Love is all we need to make 

everything complete." (Mary 

J. Blidge) 

Ambition; To be a prominent 

architect 

Activities: 

Student Alliance 9, 10, 11, 12 

SADD 11. 12 

Peer Leadership 11, 12 

Chorus 12 

Track 12 



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Laura T. Trull 



"Do not look where you fell, 

but where you slipped." (West 

African saying) 

Ambition: To always learn from 

the past and have hope for 

the future 

Activities: 

Cross Country 9, 10, 11, 12 

Winter Track 9, 10, 11, 12 

Spring Track 9, 10, 11, 12 

Student Council 11, Executive 

Board 12 

NHS 11, 12 

SADD Executive Board 11, 12 

Peer Leadership 12 



Jason William 
Warren 

Favorite Song: 'let's Get It 

On" by Marvin Gaye 

Activities: 

Football 9, 10, 11 Captain 12 

Baseball 8, 9, 10, 11 

Homeroom Representative 9, 

10. 11 12 

Peer Leadership 12 

Winter Track 9, 10, 11, 12 

Spring Track 12 

Student Council 1 1 






Etan D. Weiss 



"Sometimes things you most 
wish for ore not to be 

;hed." (Stephen Sondheim) 
Ambition: To produce and 
direct a full dramatic 
production 
Activities: 
Math Team 1 1 
Alternative Sports Club Co- 
Founder/President 12 




Wing Wong 



Matthew R. Warren 



Ambition: To be very successful 

and live life to its fullest 

Activities: 

Football 9. 10. 11. Captain 12 

Winter Track 9, 10. Captain 11. 

12 

Spring Track 9, 10. Captain 11. 

12 

Peer Leadership 11. 12 




John Whynot 



"I always tell the truth, even 
when I lie." (Tony Montana) 
Ambition: To retire by 40 



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Andrew Weintrauk 



Michael Paul Welch 



"Find me guilty, when true guilt 
is from within." (Metallica) 




Melody York 



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Hala Zaiter 



earn as if you'll live forever, 
as if you'll die today." 

fves Dean) 
ivitles: 

jent Alliance 11, 12 
nesty International 9. 10, 
12 

i Captain 12 
atre Guild 10 
ce Aide 1 1 




Ramses Zephir 



Favorite Song: Everyday 
Struggle by B.I.G. 
Ambition: To steal the 
information 




liough we tried to reach every awesome member of the Class of 1998, we had some camera-shy seniors! We wish our 
5t to Robert Batson, Jeremy Bernstein, Peterson Caiixte, Kenny Figeroa, Johnny Kwan, Winnie Lau, Kristopher Lout, 
jc Le, Wen-Rui Lu, Scott Perry, Michael Samaha, Gerty Souffrant, Carlo Virgile, Yun Jing Wang, and Sik-Tung Wong. 




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SENIOR 






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SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 



MOST MUSICAL 



MOST ARTISTIC 




Kristopher Laut and Julia Hunter 



FUNNIEST 



Farley Chery and Audrey Shore 



MOST LIKELY TO 
SUCCEED 




Matt Nagel, Indya Mitchell and Adam Katz 



Jonathan Abbett and Angela Leroux-Lindsey 



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MOST ATHLETIC 



MOST DRAMATIC 




Matt Warren and Melissa McCormick 



BEST EYES 



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Jason Levinson, Kendra Bowers and Etan Weiss 

MOST SCHOOL 
SPIRITED 




Jared Fortes and Sheila Clapp 



Dan Gulko and Juliet Menezes 






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BEST SMILE 



MOST STYLISH 




Lea Strazzulla, Tim Sproules and Denise Gomes 



MOST TALKATIVE 



Erik Olivenza and Chrissy Olivenza 

MOST AMBITIOUS 




Jay Warren, Leah Nankin and Dan Gulko 



Adam Pierce and Stacey Levine 



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DID MOST FOR 
CLASS 



MOST OUTSPOKEN 




Jason Levinson, Mary Collins 
and Brad Jacobs 



MOST VERSATILE 





Audrey Shore, Ebony Abel Stacey Levine 
and Dan Gulko 

MOST 
CONSIDERATE 




Mike MacGregor and Laura Trull 



Linda Noyce, Josh Tuton and Stephanie Bonny 



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The 1998 Oracle 
Yearbook Staff 




The 1998 Oracle staff wishes to thank c: 
Advisor Ms. Ellis and our Financial Director M 
Kaplan for the generous donations of th 
time and effort to not only the yearbook fcJ 
also to our class. Your compassion and ccl 
cern for us does not go unnoticed. Tha 
you for everything that you have done, ai 
that you continue to do, to make this schc 
and our experiences here special. 



The dedicated, hard-working and caring Editors-] 
Chief of the 1998 Oracle spent many hours plannirj 
designing, networking and most importantly dreai 
ing with their equally-as-committed staff to make c 
yearbook the beautiful creation that it is. Pictured | 
left are your Editors-in-Chief Karen Schwartz, Audr 
Shore and Ewan Munro. 



This yearbook is a product of the 
combined efforts of the many 
awesome students in the Class of 
1998. The yearbook staff, pictured 
at right, is made up of your Editors- 
in-Chief Karen Schwartz, Audrey 
Shore, and Ewan Munro (front 
row), Layout Co-Editor Brad 
Jacobs, Photographer Dan LaCivi- 
ta, Copy Editor Cynthia Stanley, 
Sports Editor Mike Davidson 
(middle row), and the financial 
staff made up of Advertising Editor 
Allison Klotz, Business Manager 
Tom Geary, and Sales Directors 
Kendra Bowers and Jason Levinson 
(back row). We also would like to 
acknowlege Layout Co-Editor 
Beth DiFranza who is not pictured. 




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Ms. Ellis 
Advisor 

years go by so quickly... ! have 
wn most of you since your first year 
Junior High. That was my first year of 
aching. Maybe, I should have taken 
•3 warning. I didn't, and am I happy 
•isay that you have grown into con- 
sentious young adults. The clubs 
- ve given me many rewarding hours 
:fun and stress. The staff did a great 
,<p on your yearbook. It has been with 
jpat pleasure that I have known most 
Jyou, and I want to take this time to 
ih you all a healthy, productive and 
warding future as you embark on 
m rest of your life. Always know that 
,riny of your teachers care and were 
jDud to help you on your way. Con- 
futations seniors! 

Karen Schwartz 
Co-Editor-in-Chief 



'lough the years, we have been 
t|ough so much together as a class. 
fe have been called "the most spirit- 
si class," and with much reason. As 
t|) enter the end of the beginning of 
jr lives, we are able to look back at 
Jr high school years and proudly say 
SHit we were a great class. There are 
iriny people who I am extremely 
hateful to for their support towards 
IP Oracle and towards me. First, I am 
remely grateful to my co-Editors- 
hief, Audrey and Ewan, who 
>ught new meaning to "putting 
od, sweat, and tears" into their 
kfrk. I would also like to thank all the 
iors on our staff who worked just as 
d as the seniors. Also, I would like to 
e thanks to Mr. Kaplan and his staff, 
Whout whom we would not have the 
kids to distribute this yearbook. I 
k uld like to give a special thanks to 
n wonderful advisor Ms. Ellis who 
Ppicated hours every day to making 
lib our yearbook would be finished. 
Nwe begin our long journey into "the 
Bl world" I just want to say thanks to 
H Class of 1998 — it has been a 

5 St' 



Ewan Munro Audrey Shore 

Co-Editor-in-Chief Co-Editor-in-Chief 



As we come to the end of the year- 
book production and of our final year 
at Randolph Junior/Senior High School, 
the memories that we will treasure for- 
ever come to mind. From Sophomore 
Night to Homecoming, from Mr. Nel- 
son's singing to Mrs. Harding's "raisins," 
we all have fond memories from our 
years of high school. I would like to 
thank Ms. Ellis and Mrs. Chui for their 
help with this year's yearbook and I 
would also like to thank Suzanne 
O'Toole, Frankie Gallagher, and 
Vaibhavi Gunderia for their help with 
the "grunt" work of the yearbook. 
And a special thanks to my assistant, 
Helen Ho, who put in as many hours on 
this yearbook as the editors did. And I 
wish my fellow Editors-in-Chief and the 
class of 1998 good luck in the future 
and I hope each one of you aspires to 
greatness! 




Things that I loved about my senior 
year at Randolph Junior/Senior High 
School: my Mommy and my Daddy 
finally being proud of my grades; hav- 
ing another class with Mrs. Chui, one of 
the most caring and creative people 
in the world; my locker; lunch with 
Jabbies; the everlasting quest for Mr. 
Fallon; Hala and Stacey; finding new 
meaning to the Phish lyrics "This has all 
been wonderful, but now I'm on my 
way."; "Bonjour" and "Shalom" with 
Mrs. Mirow; still having a bus pass; rem- 
inding everyone to "Have fun and be 
careful"; Linda, Laura, Brendan and 
SADD; tea with Mr. Nelson; having a 
first period class with Mr. Kane; expan- 
ding my vocabulary just by talking to 
Mr. Kaplan; taking a seventh-period 
second-semester elective with Mrs. 
Harding; daily chats with Mr. Kachinsky 
about Brandeis; old friends becoming 
new friends; quality time with Dr. 
O'Brien, my hero and my friend; and of 
course, working on the BEST Oracle 
ever... It is an honor, as Editor-in-Chief, 
to thank Ms. Ellis, Ewan and Karen for 
giving so much of themselves; Brad, 
Beth, Dan, Cyndi and Mike for making 
everything look so great; Mr. Kaplan, 
Kendra, Jason, Tom and especially Al- 
lison for making sure that the Oracle 
had its audience; everyone who was 
so kind to help out with anything; and 
especially the Class of 1998 for being 
the stars in this beautiful production! 
Thank you for always having smiles on 
your faces and sparkles in your eyes... 
As we all prepare to go on our sepa- 
rate paths, I keep thinking of a state- 
ment that our class President Stacey 
Levine made to me a while back. She 
said, "I may not know what the future 
holds, but I know that I hold the fu- 
ture." Class of 1998, we are headed 
on a path of challenges that will lead 
to successes, struggles that will be 
overcome with grace, and love, pas- 
sion, brilliance and excitement in store 
for us all. I am very proud to be a part 
of the amazing Class of 1998. Get 
ready to change the world. 



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STUDENT 
COUNCIL 



M. Collins; J. Feldman; L. Pearlstein; S. Clapp 



udent Council is composed of many hardworking 
id dedicated students who have participated in 
any activities and conventions. We visit the ele- 
entary schools, Christmas carol in town at the 
irsing homes, host blood drives, and take part in 
any other projects we feel will be better the 
hool or community. Of course, we owe much of 
jr success and learning to our advisors, Mr. Powell 
id Mrs. Tantillo, who are not just our advisors, but 
so our friends who always provide us with advice 
id ideas. 




Top Row: M. Morrell; C. Hannigan; T. Field; Second Row: C. Burke; S. Chaung; H. MacGregor; T. 
Maple; C. Barkley; A. Watts;'D. Oksman; L. O'Malley; S Golder; C. Chaung; S. Chan; J. Wehle; J. 
Glaskin; B. Manzano; R.Patel; N. Damberville; L Steinberg; C Cornish; J. Feldman; Third Row: E. 
O'Malley; E. Chalfin.D. Letzring; J. Carey; A. Caufman; S. Bonny; K. Wilczynski; A. Cao; D. 
Chaves; F. D' Andrea; A. Silvia; Fourth Row: V. Cavanaugh; L. Pearlstein; S. Clapp; L Noyce; J. 
Rondon; L. Trull; L. Gorman; S. Levine; A. Bryan; G. Guiteau; B. Jacobs; Front Row: J. Tantillo; L. 
Strazzula; N. Chaves; J. Menezes; A. Leroux-Lindsey; G. Powell; M. MacGregor; M. Collins; S. Gull 




EXECUTIVE 
BOARD 



Back Row: L. Trull; J. Menezes; J. Feldman; K. Truong; C. Chaung; D. Letzring Front 
Row: L. Pearlstein; S. Clapp, M. MacGregor; M. Collins; G. Guiteau; B. Jacobs 



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CLASS OFFICERS 








E. Chalfin; S. McGuirk; A. Silvia 





M. Morrell; D. Quach; J. Brodil; V. Leung 



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C. Hannigan; D. Oksman; R. Patel 





S. Levine; J. Menezes; J. Levinson; N. Chaves 



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Student 
Alliance 



S.A.A.R.V. is about mediating and try- 
ing to better our school community. 
The Students' Alliance is composed of 
diverse students who would like to 
stop the violence and racism that oc- 
curs in our community and among the 
students. Every year, the club runs a 
multicultural fair, which is open to 
everyone in the school. The fair allows 
students to share their cultures' sim- 
ilarities and differences, and learn to 
appreciate what makes each unique. 




Top Row: A. Watts; J. Brice; P. Vo; T. Drew; K. Laut; C. Monteiro; A. Fernanaes 
Manzano; O. Olivenza; A. Campanella; K. Wong; E. O'Malley; C. Chaung; L. O'Malhl 
Second Row: T. Desai; H. MacGregor; U. Okereke; S. Shoot; C. Cornish. R. PateT 
Gibosse; K. Holley; E. Ojastro; C. Patel; S. Shama; Front Row: D. Oksman; Y. Harrisi 
Bonny; M. McCormick; G. Guiteau; N. Pally 




Step Squad 



"Stop, Look, and Listen." The ste 
squad is the newest addition to Ra 
dolph High School. An exciting, N 
brant, and enthusiastic team wr 
brings new meaning to school spir 
Their hard work and determination aj| 
obvious in their performances. 



Top Row: D. Grady. S Deane. L. Banks. J. Leto, M. Brown; P. Blaze; A. Miller; N. Okereke, 
Second Row: M. Gervais, S. Micheo, L. Nwachukwu; S. Cairo; C. Smith; T. Sylvestre; J. 
Williams. S. Cheatham; T. Banks. S. Holland. Front Row: N. Mahone; M. Meraklis, S. 
Shoot. N Joseph. S. Williams. C. Amaral. T. Touissant; S. Davenport. K. Benjamin; L. 
Lavert 



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African-American 
Club 



The African-American Club is a group 
of young students sharing one com- 
mon motive: to make RJSHS aware of 
diversity. This year, students made 
strides towards their objective of 
exemplifying the black community 
and culture. Randolph JSHS is proud of 
its conscientious young adults. 



'o Row: M. Raphael; J. Faunchez; L. Laroche; D. St. Louis; Second Row: A. Brice; S. 
Hvens; A. Fernandes; Q. Ortez; T. Damberville; I. Mitchell; E. Miller; B. Joseph; T. Trull; S. 
rnard; Third Row: C. Monteiro; Y. Harris; U. Okereke; T. DiCanto; S. Carson; G. 
Hteao; Fourth Row: A. Joe; J. Lewis; G. Baldwin; N. Bonny; Front Row: K. Holley; J. 
losse; D. Taylor 



K.I . \^ m \^ m 



e goal of the International Club is to 
Dmote a greater understanding of 
3 various cultures and nationalities in 
ndolph High School. Through activi- 
s within the club we hope to foster 
eater harmony among all cultures. 




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Top Row: J. Best; G. Matteo; T. Wei Mao; A. Lam; A. Tong; R. Singh; C. Laut; S. Chan; D. Chaung; R. Patel; W. Mak; K. Shazad; E. Tang; W. Chan; S. 
Chaung; Second Row: D. Matteo; S. Hyppolite; S. Au; C. Chaung; H. Wong; V. Leung; N. Moi; I. Wong; T. Tom; A. Luu; L. O'Malley; E, Fabian; E. Lam; 
third Row: C. Chan; S. Wong; D. Xu; E. O'Malley; E. Leung; K. Wong; N. Pally; O. Olivenza; E. Ojastro; B. Manzano; J. Lee; T. Desai; J. Moreira; S. Gull; R. 
Avbido; A. Mui; D.Lam; V. Hogu; E.Ho; W.Lee; Fourth Row: Mrs. McFadden; Mrs. Albrecht; T. Beato; Z Gonzales; F. Teshome; T. Le; S. Ojastro; F. 
leshome; A. Fernandes; C. Lee; J. Moi; W. Wong; E. Munro; Front Row: Mrs. Young; C. Hui; M. Wong; B. Poon; S. Kuang; H. Tong; J. Ojastro 



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Project 
Teamwork 



Project Teamwork is a nationally 
recognized group whose efforts are 
devoted to enhancing the quality 
of our school and community. Their 
charitable deeds vary from Toys for 
Tots and Coats for the Cold to 
school magazines and can drives. 




Top Row: P. Vo; T. Drew; D. Patel; R. Ellis; K. Truong; J. Moreira; H. Ho; Front Row 
Ojastro; E. Munro; A. Wong; S. 'Bonny; R. Ho; B. DiFranza; J. Hall; J. Moi 




A.R.T. 



A.R.T., or the Aesthetic Restoratic 
Team, is a group of junior and senic 
high school students who devolj 
much of their time and energy to ere 
ating masterpieces throughout th 
school building in order to promot 
school spirit and to help achieve 
pleasant atmosphere by displayin 
student talent and creativity. 



Top Row: V. Cavanaugh; H. Ho. H. Ho; R. Ellis; K. Truong; D. McGiver; S. Golder; J. Kolikof; 
D. LaCivita, Second Row: C. McAddams; D. Slapak; D. Patel; J. Moreira; A. Paul; C. 
Hannigan; N. Witmer, D. Duncan; Front Row: B. DiFranza; D. LaCivita; B. Jacobs; M. 
DiBenedetto. P. Chan. E. Munro 



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National 
Honor Society 



Scholarship, leadership, service, and 
character: these four words describe 
the qualities of members of the Na- 
tional Honor Society. Members must 
exhibit scholarship, leadership quali- 
ties, and community and school in- 
volvement. The Society initiated and 
maintains a recycling program that 
benefits not only RJSHS, but the envi- 
ronment as well. 



■Row: C. Chaung; K. Truong; S. Kuang; S. Singh; S. Doniger; J. Feldman; S. Levine; C. 
fa'iigan; D. Stein; A. Leroux-Lindsey; D. Bertoni; T. Geary; L. Trull; R. Patel; J. Glaskin; J. 
I M. Collins; Second Row: D. LaCivita; C. Lee; J. Abbett; I. Aronson; C. Stanley; B. 
mnza; G. Guiteau; Front Row: S. Golder; M. DiBenedetto; B. Jacobs; J. Au-Yeung 



RHTV 



V is a group of student broad- 
sters who devote their mornings as 
ssengers of news at Randolph High 
iool. It provides a form in which 
ful and necessary information can 

transmitted daily throughout the 
:ulty and student population. 




Top Row: D. McGiver; R. Ellis; C. Hannigan; K. Truong; D. LaCivita; H. Ho; S. Golder; Front 
Row: E. Leung; E. Munro; B. Jacobs; B. DiFranza 



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Amnesty 
International 



We, as Americans, can exercise our 
rights via demonstration and cam- 
paigns for freedom and justice 
throughout the world. Although we 
take these rights for granted, human 
rights are violated seriously every day. 
The Randolph chapter of Amnesty In- 
ternational strives, along with the oth- 
er chapters of this worldwide organ- 
ization, to bring about peace and 
liberty. 





Top Row: J. Loo; J. Glaskin; I. Wong; R. Patel; Second Row: S. Hall; T. DeSai; K. Wong,. 
O'Malley; A. Campanella; T. Wei Mao; Third Row: A. Joe; J. Au-Yeung; S. Kuang;i 
Stanley; E. Leung; J. Moi; S. Bonny; Front Row: M. Wong; U. Okereke; L. O'Malley 
Tong; M. Smith; D. Oksman 

S.A.D.D. 

Every twenty-seven minutes someor 
in the United States dies as a result of 
drunk driving accident. Our chapter 
Students Against Drunk Drivirl 
(S.A.D.D.) not only teaches its mer 
bers and the greater communr 
about the horrors associated wi' 
drunk driving through such prograr 
as Grim Reaper Day and Operatic 
Prom Night, but gives alternatives 
alcohol at such events as the noi 
alcoholic exotic drinking party ar 
through informational speakers. Wi" 
an enthusiastic group of students ar 
our excellent advisor Brendan Riorda 
S.A.D.D. has enjoyed another excitir 
and educational year. 

Top Row: H. Zaiter. R. Rogers; P. Schwartz; S. Bass; A. Katz; M. Davidson; D. Oksman, L. Nankin; J. Levinson; S. Clapp; T. Geary; J. Tuton; M. Collins; 
Bowers. J Rondon. L. Steinberg. Second Row: Mr. Riordan, advisor; J. Karsin, A. Bryan; S. Bonny; C. Stanley; I. Wong; L. Strazzulla; E. Ojastro; 
McCormick. L Pearlstein, A Leroux-Lindsey; D. Gomes, S. Gull; K. Lowenthal. R Pazyra; T. Drew, W. Chin, P. Ro; A. Joe, J. Moreira; S. Sandler; 
MacGregor; S. O'Toole; T. Maple; Third Row: B. Manzano; T. Desai; K. Wong; K. Truong; C. Hui, M. Menovich; H. Tong; K. Schwartz; A. Campanella 
Aronson, P Chan; S. Doniger; J. Glaskin; S. Lowenthal; S. Kuang, A. Watts; N. Pally; G. Guiteau; O. Olivenza; E Munro; U. Okereke; Front Row: 
Levine, A. Shore, D. Dreyfus. L. Trull, L. Gorman; D. Stein 



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Environmental 
Club 



Pursuing an understanding of the natu- 
ral earth around us, the Environmental 
Club seeks to find solutions to the air, 
land, and water pollution that are 
rampant in today's world. The club 
also participates in work to help pro- 
tect the still-intact pieces of nature. 



fcrow: D. Slapak; J. Moreira; D. McGiver; D. LaCivita; A. Paul; S. O'Toole; V. Gunderia; 
Bull; L. Naval; Second Row: D. Patel; C. Hannigan; W. Chin; S. Golder; Third Row: D. 
fcivita; B. Jacobs; P. Chan; J. Lee; J. Moi; Front Row: B. DiFranza; E. Munro; K. Truong; 

mo 



Community 
Service 



j| helping out the Randolph commu- 
ly at large, the Community Service 
■cup makes the citizens of our town 
Je the good work — and good 
leds! — being done by our terrific 
Idents. 




Top Row: H. Zaiter; S. Bonny; L. Pearlstein; A. Bryan; Second Row: E. Ojastro; N. Chaves; 
L. Noyce; D. Gomes; B. Jacobs; B. DiFranza; Third Row: T. Lipson; S. Levine; A. Joe; F. 
Teshome; S. Kuang; A. Klotz; Front Row: J. Moi; E. Munro; E. Leung 



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Robotics Club 



The Robotics Club offers students the 
opportunity to learn more about me- 
chanics and the science of building. 
Students assemble various machines 
for competition and at the same time 
learn that there are endless possibili- 
ties in the world of robotics. 




S. Kuang; N. 'Pally; W. Chin; F. D'Andrea E. Tang 




Chess Club 



The Chess Club is made up of junior 
and senior high school students whc : 
meet once a week to challenge thej 
peers in a game of complex strategy; 
The club was reestablished this yec, 
with Mr. Christopher and Mr. Neiditz a 
its advisors. 



R. Ellis. C Hannigan. A. Alexopoulos. E Munro; J. Lee. S. Golder. P. Chan 



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Math Team 



The Randolph Math Team had yet an- 
other successful season under the su- 
pervision of Ms. DiMascio and 
Mr. Turner. The team includes a majori- 
ty of upperclassmen who have an av- 
id interest in the world of mathematics 
and work tirelessly for the success of 
the team. 



Id row: M. Levine; E. Tang; C. Hannigan; A. Najarajun; L. Naval; D. Chaung; M. Wong; 
F5allagher; Second row: H. Tong; B. Poon; C. Hui; M. Wong; K. Truong; S. Golder; V. 
Gjnderia; H. Ho; Front row: C. Lee; J. Lee; J. Kwan; S. Kuang; J. Au-Yeung; R. Patel 



Alternative 
Sports Club 



le Alternative Sports Club is a recent 
ddition to the RJSHS after school ac- 
lities. The club's main focus is on 
tose lesser known sports, such as ulti- 
mate frisbee, bowling, and pool. The 
Qoup includes junior and senior high 
shool students and emphasizes the 
sarch for variety in our daily lives. 




Top row: S. McGuirk; H. Ho; M. Parmalo; J. Moreira; C. Hannigan; H. Ho; B. Goff; R. Ellis; S. 
Golder; D. LaCivita; Second row: M. Raphael; N. Ruder; E. Askeland; J. Morris; M. 
Hapner; J. Kwan; V. Hogu; I. Wong; K. Truong; L. O'Malley; J. Kolikof; M. Erickson; R. 
Patel; R. Hutchins; M. O'Meara; Third row: E. Munro; M. Menovich; J. APPett; B. JacoPs; 
E. Weiss; G. Guiteau; P. Chan; M. Hutchins; Front row: D. LaCivita; V. Cavanaugh; K. 
Durand; M. DiBenedetto; L. Gorman; J. Moi 



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Library Aides 



The Library Aides at RJSHS play an im- 
portant role in the smooth operation 
of the Library Media Center. The Aides 
assist peers in finding books and other 
media, as well as in using library equip- 
ment. Under the guidance of library 
specialists, Mrs. Hill-Walker and Mrs. 
Murphy, the students have helped our 
LMC maintain its excellent appear- 
ance and usefulness. 




M. York, T. Wei Mao, B. Poon; J. Lee, J. Brown; D. Lam, M. Mentor, A. Klotz 




Office/Teacher 
Aides 



Office and Teacher Aides are the 
backbone of the RJSHS. They help 
secretaries and teachers perform their 
various vigorous errands, such as col- 
lating papers and easing the work 
load of teachers. 



Top Row: B. Skolnick, S. Clapp. J. Levinson, K. Holyoke. D. Stein, L. Strazzulla; L. 
Peartstem, M. Warren, L. Luong, E. Leung, H. Zaiter, J. Rondon. B. Jacobs, C. Olivenza; A. 
Bryan, D. LaCivita, Second Row: M. Nagle; L. Noyce; M. McCormick; J. Hunter; S. 
Davenport, R. Rogers; R. Patel, N. Pally; K. Holley, J. Gibosse; Front Row: A. Mui; S. 
Kuang. C. Lee. E Weiss. S. Gull. A. Klotz. M. Collins 



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Peer 
Mediation 



Peer Mediators train to develop spe- 
cial skills to help other students at Ran- 
dolph Junior/Senior High School . Un- 
der the guidance of Mr. Neiditz and 
Mrs. Burke, Peer Mediators work to re- 
solve student conflicts, 



p row: D. LaCivita; T. Wei Mao. M. Morrell; M. Barry; Second row: Mrs. Burke; S. 
Cvenport; D. Lampert; T. Baker; C. Cheatam; V. Leung; A. Couture-Rizzo; Mr. Neiditz; 
Fjnt row: C. Walker; L. O'Malley; D. Bertoni; Y. Harris; J. Glaskin; K. Wilczynski; M. 
F'nklin 



Peer 
Leadership 



Peer Leadership is made up of many 
istudents who serve as role models for 
seventh and eighth grade students. 
Each peer leader is put in a group and 
assigned to teach a junior high class 
on a number of issues, such as drugs or 
alcohol. They are there for the stu- 
dents to ask questions and to talk to if 
they have a problem. 




Top row: B. Skolnick; J. Warren; M. MacGregor; P. Schwartz; D. Stein; L. Nankin; J. Tuton; 
M. Warren; D. Gomes; T. Geary; H. Zaiter; S. Sullivan; A. Bryan; Second row: K. Holyoke. 
S Bonny; S. Levine; M. McCormick; S. Clapp; L. Strazzulla; L. Pearlstein; A. Leroux- 
Lindsey; L. Luong; J. Rondon; C. Olivenza; C. Stanley; Third row: Mr. B. Riordan; D. 
Dreyfus; D. Oksman; S. Kuang; K. Schwartz; I. Aronson; L. Gorman; J. Feldman; S. 
Doniger; Front row: M. Davidson; L. Noyce; L. Trull; M. Menovich; E. Ojastro 



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Marching 
Band 



The Blue Devils Marching Band excites 
the crowd with cool tunes such as 
"Hustle" and "I Like to Move It." 
Whether getting us psyched up in the 
stands at football games or marching 
full force in a parade, these talented 
musicians really know how to show 
their RHS pride and spirit! 




Top row: D. Davis; C. Daly; M. Levine; J. Harris; S. Gustavson; M. Shell; F. Gallaghe, 
Mofford; Second row: A. Carter; C. Healy; K. Diamond; S. Hall; S. Banerjee; E. Weis: 
Butz; S. Klotz; L. Cooks; E. Chalfin; A. Feldman; Front row: M. Menovich; R. Ellis 




Top row: M. Levine. C. Sproules, C. Laut; C. Lampner; J. Harris; fvl. Waiting; D. Geary; S. 
Hunter. R. Joyner. B. Das; J. Israel; S. Murphy. D. Mofford; S. Klotz; S. Gustavson; R. Ellis; 
Second row: T. Tom. H. Ho; A. Couture-Rizzo; D. Slapak; C. Daly; K. Diamond; N. Leroux- 
Lindsey. R. Singh, V. Leung; K. Lowenthal; D. Shoenig; J. Campbell, K. Wilczynski; Third 
row: C. Healy; S. Hall; C. Cornish, A. Carter; E. Weiss; J. Okonkwo. L. Christmas; J. Loo; 
Front row: A. Paul; J. Hunter; C. Lewis; S. Bonny; M. Menovich; K. Laut 



Concert Banc! 



The dilligent members of the Conc<! 
Band attend daily sessions in order j 
learn ways of expressing their err' 
tions through the beauty of music! 
score. 



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A Capella 



The A Capella consists of a group of 
young ladies and gentlemen who 
meet once a week. They sing in three 
part harmony in which the human 
voice becomes the instrument. 



jp row: K. Diamond. E. Pockell; D. Bertoni; C. Chaung; Front row: K. Durand; J. Hunter; 
Menovich 






Select Chorus 



ie Select Chorus at RJSHS represents 
>me of the best and most talented 
Deal students the school has to offer, 
ley are a diverse group which contri- 
utes to the students' appreciation of 
usic. 




prow: A. Cornett; C. Smith; C. Walker; V. Flucas; G. Guiteau; S. Perron; R. Ellis; C. Hannigan; R. Robinson; A. Klotz; J. Marceline; C. Burke; D. Duncan; 
Collins, L. Nankin; J. Moody; D. Gomes; S. Bonny; L. Gorman; C. Stanley; J. Glaskin; J. Karsin; A. Korsidis; T. Elliot; Second row: S. Cairo; C. Lee; S. 
II; K. Diamond; R. Lampert; E. O'Malley; J. Lewis; S. Pockell; J. Costello; T. Beato; F. Gallagher; D. Bertoni; L. O'Malley; A. Kelly; S. Klotz; K. Durand; D. 
Civita; A. Johns; M. Menovich; C. Chaung; J. Campbell; J. Lewis; A. Leroux-Lindsey; J. Hunter; K. Glass; A. Joe; J. Jones; V. Hogu; M. Foley; S. 
rson; F. Medley; J. Baldi; T. Drew; Third row: S. Menard; R. Pazyra; J. Johns; W. Wong; E. Pockell; I, Aronson; S. Banerjee; J. McCall; P. Daley; Front 
•: E. Pally; J. Marceline; K. Truong; K. Schwartz; J. Loo; S. Sandler; C. Benjamin; T. Sylvester; E. Darville; J. Abelard; E. Nwachukwu 



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Blue and 
White Banner 



The Blue and White Banner is the offi- 
cial school newspaper. Its goal is to 
make the public aware of what is hap- 
pening at school. All of the Banner's 
staff is comprised of students, which 
means that students are responsible 
for writing, editing, layout and pro- 
duction. 





D. Stein, C. Hannigan; J. Raymond, J. Sandals; S. Golder, U. Okereke; Y. Harris 



Top row: R. Patel; R. Pazyra; L. Steinberg; K. Lowenthal; T. Desai; B. Manzano; K. True 
S. O'Toole; L. Naval; R. Ellis; F. Gallagher; M. Wong; E. Wong; Second row: C. Chaun 
O'Malley; A. Campanella; K. Wong; A. Paul; C. Hannigan; W. Chin; H. Ho; T. Maple 
Gunderia; Front row: E. Munro; S. Kuang; J. Au-Yeung; E. Leung; C. Cornish; S. Golde 
Loo 



Harvard 

Model 

Congress 

Boasting another enthusiastic Re 
dolph delegation, Harvard Moc, 
Congress is a government simulati 
which gives high school students 
better view of how legislators fur ' 
tion. By debating, drafting bills, a 
holding party caucuses, participar 
are exposed to a full slate of conse 
ative, liberal, and moderate vie 1 
and learn many essential skills in tec 
nique, persuasion, and organization 



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Show Choir 



The Randolph Junior/Senior High 
School Show Choir is a singing and 
dancing ensemble featuring serious 
students who enjoy performance. This 
group of talented individuals attend 
competitions, both within and outside 
of the state. They also perform for 
others in non-competitive sessions. As 
the Show Choir performs, they are ac- 
companied by the entertaining music 
of the Pit Band. 



Row: J .Hunter. L. Noyce, S. Doniger. K. Schwartz. E. Pockell. K. Diamond; Second 
J. Johns, R. Pazyra. S. Bonny, V. Flucas, I. Aronson; Third Row: D. Duncan, K. 

id, N. Greenstein, F. Gallagher; Back Row: D. Brenner, J. Marceline, M. Menovich, 

ut, L. Cooks, K. Laut 



Jazz Band 



iether attending music festivals or 
ating their own distinct rhythms, 
i Randolph Junior/Senior High 
ool Jazz Band is full of power and 
nk. They attend meetings twice 
ekly to select their exciting pieces, 
i are a highly-motivated and very 
?nted group of students. 




Front Row: D. Shoenig, R. Ellis, M. Peterson, C. Laut, K. Wilczynski, M. Menovich; Second 
Row: N. Greenstein, D. Mofford, S. Gustavson, D. Oksman, E. Chaltin, K. Laut, C. 
Lampner; Third Row: R. Robinson, A. Carter, S. Murphy, M. Levine, M. Morell, K. 
Lowenthal, W. Aronson, Back Row: L. Pimentel, S. Klotz 



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"All the world's a stage!" (Shakespeare) 

The Randolph High School Theatre Guild strives | 
teach not just the mechanics of putting on a plo 
but the true beauty of art and the passion 
theatre. From hours spent on technical and logis 
cal demands such as auditioning, set and costun 
design and working out each detail of perfc 
mance, to the actual showpiece production, it 
an art that rewards itself through hard work ar 
dedication. 







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Junior / Senior 
High School 

Theatre 
Guild 




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"Success is never final, and failure is never fatal. 
It is courage that counts." (George Tilton) 



From Matt Warren running circles around an opposing defense to 
Stephanie Bonny ripping down a rebound, Randolph Junior / Senior 
High School has the best of everything in the realm of student athletics. 
Successories teaches us that "Teamwork is the ability to work together 
toward a common vision, the ability to direct individual accomplish- 
ment toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows com- 
mon people to attain uncommon results." We've cheered on the best 
and the brightest sports stars proudly... 



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Football 





The 1997-1998 Varsity Football Team: Back Row: D. Lampert, J. McBride, D. Newcomb, A. Hazel; Second Row: C. Flucas, J. 
Marceline, D. Quach, M. Stanton; Third Row: C. Murphy, J. Healy, R. McCormick, S. Sullivan, J. Funches, R. McKenna-Blackman; 
Fourth Row: M. Davidson, M. Warren, A. Brice, B. Skolnick, W. Baga; Front Row: S. Sharma, M. MacGregor, J. Warren, P. 
Schwartz, T. Driscoll. 








Captains Jay Warren, Mike Davidson and Matt 

Warren 



With only three returning starters the Blue 
Devils had low expectations — in the be- 
ginning of the season, however, they im- 
pressively roared up to a 5-0 record and 
surprised everyone with their amazing suc- 
cess. (Anyone who knows Randolph Football 
will understand that they do not wish to dis- 
cuss the end of the season...) Under the solid 
guidance of Coach Perkins and Coach 
Branch the boys made the most of their 
talents. 



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'The Legend" passes under pressure. 



'That kid is HUGE! 




MacGregor shows off his blazing speed! 



Brice does his Perkins impression. 




Warren, Brice and Schwartz get this job done 



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Cheerleading 








The 1997-1998 Varsity Football Cheerleaders. Back row: Coach Howard, M. McRae, S. Clapp, M. Powers. Coach McCarthy; 
Middle Row: L. Luong, J. Lebroque, T. Maple, J. Malcolm; Front Row: E. Schreiber, A. Leroux-Lindsay, Captain J. Rondon, 
Captain J. Menezes, Captain M. Collins, J. Raymond, G. LaMothe. 




"Warren on the warpath, OOH AAH!' 



The Varsity Football Cheer- 
leaders had a terrific year! 
(Yay!) At our first-ever re- 
gional competition, Ran- 
dolph Junior / Senior High 
School's spirited team pla- 
ced second. (Rah, rah, 
rah!) Thanks to the support 
and enthusiasm of Cap- 
tains Jessica Rondon, Juliet 
Menezes, and Mary Collins, 
our pom-poms went a- 
flying. . . and for the first time 
in recent years, the cheer- 
leaders even had a better 
season than the football 
team. 




Oh, no.., Ly's tace has frozen into a 
smile! 



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"Aaaaaaahhhhh!" 



We just can't hide our RHS pride! 




'STOP in the name of love. 



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Boys' Soccer 







The 1997-1998 Boys' Var- 
sity Soccer team was fil- 
led with power and 
strength with the com- 
bined wisdom and expe- 
rience of Coach Weiland 
and Captains Dan Gulko, 
Adam Katz, Carlos Mon- 
teiro and Peter Christian. 
Hopefully their immense 
knowledge will provide 
future success for the 
team in years-to-come. 




Front Row: R. Patel, D. Ng, P. Christian, D. Gulko. A. Katz, C. Monteiro, C. Burke, J. Sandals, J. Israel. N. Pally; Ba< 
Row: Team Manager D. Patel, Coach Weiland, M. Gervino, J. Feldman, D. Pazyra, D. Shoenig, K. Lai-Fook, 
Niedzwicki, K. McKuska, A. Nagarajan, R. Lorry, Coach Little 




"Toss the salad, Johnny Blaze 



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Girls' Soccer 





The 1997-1998 Girls' Varsity Soccer Team: Back row: M. Freitas, G. Dasse. A. Gomes, K. Williams, R. Warren, E. Meglio, V. Hunter, B. Mullen, 
S. Goncalves, Coach Bass; Middle Row: L. Nwaschaku, A. Cator-Rizzo, E. Pally, K. Rogers, T. DeCanto, S. Boothby, S. Pockell; Front Row: 
Captain R. Rogers, S. Bonny, Captain L. Nankin, Captain A. Bryan, L. Brodil. 



The 1997-1998 Girls' Varsity Soccer Team had a fun- 
filled and high-energy season this year, with many skil- 
led players coming together to enjoy the sport. This 
year was marked by one stunning victory over Middle- 
borough, For some of the senior players, this season 
marked the end of a soccer career lasting from sev- 
enth or eighth grade to the present. All in all, it was a 
wonderful experience for all of the players. 






Captain 

Leah Nankin 

shows her 

prowess as 

a goalie. 




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Swimming 




Wet and wild, the women of the 
Randolph Junior / Senior High 
School Swim Team enjoyed a 
fantastic year. The 1997-1998 
Swim Team, pictured at right: R. 
Lampert, J. Coffman, K. Wong, 
C. Lee, J. Wehle, K. Mitchell, M. 
Coffman, R. Levine, K. Dever, E. 
Mellon, H. Whynot, C. Marshal, C. 
Murphy, K. Musgrove, H. Alman, 
A. Cohen 




The RHS Wet T-Shirt Contest 






"CANNONBALUN" 



Paddling right along... 




"Um, I really gotta go. 




Light/dark imagery... what swim team is all about. 



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Hockey 





Top l-r: Asst. Coach Robles, Asst. Coach Iskra, M. Robles, M. Waiting, S. Sateriale, M. Rosen. L. Vara, C. Pasguintonio, B. Mason, M. Hunt, C. 
Sproules, T. Brennan, B. Das, C. Metheral, M. Erickson, Head Coach McNeil Bottom: B. Bertoni, M. Ayers, D. Serrano, T. Brown, R. Moore, T. 
Sproules, D. DiMuzio, W. Brown, B. Waiting, M. McSweeny, R. Oulette 




"Hey, watcha doin' down there?" 

"Good game." "Good game." "Good 
game." "Good game." "Good game." 
"Good game." "Good game." "Good 
game." "Good game." "Good game.' 



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^k Boys' and Girls' Cross-Country 




Both the Boys' and Girls' 
Cross-Country teams at 
Randolph Junior / Senior 
High School had quite an 
impressive year, receiving 
Sportsmanship Awards from 
the Atlantic Coast League 
and traveling to New York 
for the Foot Locker Cross- 
Country Championships. 
Lead by Coach Powell the 
teams enjoyed a high- 
energy, successful season. 




The 1997-1998 Boys' Cross-Country Team: Back Row: Coach Powell, M. Waiting, B. Goff, N. 
Witmer; Second Row: S. McGuirk, W. Witmer, A. Pierce, T. Geary, R. Trull; Front Row: J. Lee, D. 

Monteiro, M. DiBenedetto 





The 1997-1998 Girls' Cross-Country Team: Back Row: Coach Powell, L. Gorman, J. 

Carey; Second Row: E. Pockell, L. Trull, J. Hunter; Third Row: N. Leroux-Lindsay, C. 

Stanley; Front Row: R. Mak, C. Doherty 



This is no time to be playing 
hackey-sack, Mike! 



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The cute couples of RHS Cross-Country. 



Hey! It's the auditions for the new "Beat It" video! 





"DIESEL!" 



Ben contemplates the deeper meanings of running cross-country. 




Coach Powell and the boys get ready to go. 



.and here come the girls, too! 



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Boys' Basketball 





Back Row: A. Brice, C. Fer- 
nandes, M. MacGregor, J. Fortes, 
J. Tuton, J. "Ogre" Levinson, D. 
Stein, C. Monteiro, Coach 
Tarpey; Front Row: L. Cook, D. 
Duncan, J. Langston, D. Muff, P. 
Thomas 




Coach Tarpey with Captain Fortes and Captain Monteiro. 



Fortes fiies high for two of his 
thousand-plus points! 




Hey, there's a quarter right there! 



HEYYY TUTON! 



wonder if he wants a Rolo 
jacket... 



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Girls' Basketball 






For the first time in the history of Randolph 
Girls' Basketball, the 1997-1998 Varisty 
Team made the Massachusetts State Tour- 
nament. Guard Indya Mitchell scored the 
last few of her one-thousand points this 
year, finishing off her Senior year with a 
bang. Back row: Coach Hatfield, M. Darvil- 
le, T. Wooten. J. Leitao, J. Lewis; Front row: 
S. Bonny, A. Fernandes, M. McCormick, I. 
Mitchell 





Indy gets three of her thousand- 
plus points! 



AGGGH CHIEF! 



Which way did she go? 




The girls set up a tenacious defense! 



Wooten and Bonny box 
out for the rebound. 




You put your left arm in, 
you put your left arm out... 



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Boys' and Girls' Winter Track 





The Boys' Winter Track Team: Ba • 
row: M. Davidson, A. Hazel, C. Murpf 
J. Warren, A. Pierce, T. Geary, J. W<{ 
rell, S. Hunter, B. Goff, D. Monterio, i 
Levine, E. Tang, M. DiBenedetto, 
Lewis, A. Patel; Middle row: N. WitmJI 
M. Peterson, W. Mack, D. Ng, S. Sing«H 
D. Quach, J. Funches, N. Reuter, I 
Singer, J. Tran; Front row: J. Buonpar I 
J. Sferrazzu, A. Wong, B. Lok, M. HaZ'i 
B. Lee, P. Sullivan, J. Raymond. 



"Mr. Powell, look at me when I'm 
talking to you!" 




Gillette, the best a man can get. 



Who wears short-shorts, she wears 
short-shorts... 



I got mad upps, yo! 



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DCk row: R. Arsenal, R. Karoufos, L. 
orman, L. Clark, R. Rosen, J. Carey, L. 
ull; Middle row: B. DiFranza, N. Ler- 
tux-Lindsay, C. Doherty, D. Slapak, J. 
po; Front row: A. Paul, J. Pacheco, J. 
oreira, J. Veira 





Five guys and one girl. Hmmm... 



Haven't I already lapped you twice? 



Pierce knows there's 
chicken at the finish line. 




Ready, on your mark, get set, are you sure you're 
ready?, last time girls, get psyched, c'mon you can do 

it... GO! 



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Dat says, "If you're happy and 
you know it..." 



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Wrestling 





The 1997-1998 Wrestling Team 





Oh my god, they killed Kenny! 




The 1997-1998 Blue Devils Wrestling Team: 
Back row: Coach Azer, J. Pearlstein, B. Hay- 
es, C. Shirkey, E. Rizz, Coach Rosher, Coach 
Sullivan; Middle row: M. Garitt, J. Spellman, 
M. Anderson, K. O'Conner, R. Vallieri, S. 
Morse; Front row: Josue Alexander, B. Spell- 
man, D. Teransky, J. Espinosa, S. O'Conner, 
R. Irwin. 




UNCLE, UNCLE... Lemme up! 




can't Peat him — he's got a tattoo! 



Coach Azer reminisces aPout the good 
old days... 



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Powder Puff 





Senior Girls' CHAMPION Powder Puff Team! Back row: Coaches J. Warren, B. Baga, M. MacGregor, 
M. Warren, M. Davidson; Fourth row: C. Graziano, F. Teshome, S. Bonny, S. Levine, L. Nankin, S. Clapp, 
L. Pearlstein; Third Row: A. Katz (a.k.a. R, Rogers), M. Collins, M. McRae, L. Noyce, K. Holyoke, J. 
Raymond, J. Gibosse, M. Dasse; Second row: E. Abel, C. Olivenza, L. Strazzulla, A. Leroux-Lindsey, D. 
Gomes, J. Hunter; Front row: N. Chaves, J. Menezes, M. McCormick, I. Mitchell 




We are the champions! 




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valiant effort to score 

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Gymnastics 





The Girls' Gymnastics Team 1997-1998: Back row: Joanna Batson, 
Angela Leroux-Lindsey, Lea Strazzulla, Juliet Menezes, Tracy Ma- 
ple, Jillian Ferragamo; Front row: Raquel Hypolite, Lisa Resende, 
Lauren Stefano, Brianna Strang, Keisher Tucker, Coach Lisa Ben- 
nett. 




Gosh darn golly gee, I'm good! 





Romeo, oh Romeo! 



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CLASS OF 1998 



"The great thing in this world is not so much where we are, but in 
what direction we are headed." (Oliver Wendell Holmes) 

What do we remember about our time in high school? We, the Class of 
1998, have a vast array of memories in our heart's collection of good 
times and amazing experiences. Do you remember the Freshman 
Playpen homecoming float way back in 1994? How about the scary 
Halloween float in '95? Do you remember dancing the night away at 
our semi-formals and proms? Just as we got "a blast from the past" at 
Sophomore Night, this Oracle was intended to be a blitz of memories 
from years past, from Junior High field trips and elementary school 
flashbacks to Freak Week and all of our crazy senior moments. We 
want to remember, forever, the friends and the fun, and how "we 
always knew that looking back on our tears would make us laugh, but 
we never knew that looking back on our laughter would make us cry" 
as we take a peek at our times together... 



...through the years... 



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Rebecca Rogers 



Tom Burke 



Kharl Eddins 



Shehla Gull 



Once upon a time... 




Janet Ojastro 



Ewan Munro 



Julia Hunter 



Laura Trull 







Marc Menovich 



Audrey Shore and Stacey Levine 



Leah Nankin and Lindsay Pearlstein 



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Junior High and 
Freshman Year 




Freshman Bake Sale 



Haunted Mansion 




Back in the days of huge bangs, plaid flannels, Chuck 
Taylors, the old Electric Slide, when 94.5 was still WZOU. 







Battleship Cove 





Global Labs 




Canobie Lake 







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Sophomore 

Year 




Sophomore 
Homecoming 



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Decorating RHS "sophomore 
style" for Homecoming 




Sophomore Night 







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Sophomore 
Snapshots... 





All Night Rendezvous 




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Junior Spirit 



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Junior Picnic 




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Dancing the 
night away... 




Junior Prom 



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A few more Junior Prom 
memories... 




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Randolph 

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High School 

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Junior-Senior 
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Well wishes... 



...from friends of fhe Closs of 1998 

Randolph's in the house! Peace and I'm out. — Jason Moi 

Audrey: Great job on the yearbook! Bing! I don't think so, Tim! Thanks for being you! JMA 

Kevin/Bud: Dahimny-himny graduate? Here's to six years since art class. Thanks for being you! JMA 

Jabbies — Hot air is unfair! Constant motion. Where does all the water come from? Love, Auds 

May you enjoy the fruits of your labors. — The Slatterys 

Best of luck to all the graduates! — Mrs. Klusas-King 

Best of luck, Class of '98 — Mr. Deady 

To all of you — JewCrew, Northies and Southies, Rat Pack, 6Pack, and the thugs — I will miss you all next year. 

Thanks for the memories. — Lindsay Pearlstein 

Open all the doors. Step through. Enjoy all your worlds. — Mr. Nelson 

Best wishes to the 1998 graduating class! — Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Lennon, Secretaries, Housemasters' Office 

Angela - War for Peace. Gulko 

Dan, 8 & War for Peace. Love, your Enchilada Angel who is 10, 000 miles away. Mike, Steve, Tom - 1 love the 

Ponytail Girl! - Angela 

Laura, for all your late calls, fun times, patience, laughs and perfect smiles, thank you. I can't wait to know why 

you'll be laughing at me next. - Mike 

Best wishes in all your future endeavours. Good luck, Class of 1998 - Mr. Fallon 

Meilleurs Voeux A' La Classe de 1998 - Mrs. Foley 

Best wishes to the Class of 1998. We all expect great things from you in the future - Ms. Daigle 

Wishing the Class of 98 the brightest future and the best of luck. - The secretaries in the Front Office 

Halalou - From snow angels and Newbury Street to Mandy Patinkin and random IMs. I've had the best times with 

you. I love you - best friends forever! Love, Auds 

Stacey - Peanut, "for good times and bad times HI be on your side forever more." From one President to 

another - I'm so proud and I love you. Love, Duck (Auds) 

Hey Mar! ... Til see ya later. I'm sorry we have so much in common. 

To girls X-C and Juliet! "It's raining men!" Love, Laura 

To Mike! It's been a fun year so far - 1 hope we get negative splits. - Laura 

A fe fe fe.... kill! Death! No it isn't! Yes it is! No it isn't Grrr. No P allowed! Miss Saigon. Love you so much, 

llysse - Linda 

Sometimes a smile can say far more than any words could. SMILE! You may get one back. - Big Bad Brad Jacobs 

Those who do not know their opponents arguments do not completely understand their own! - Mrs. Harding 

I would like to wish all graduating seniors a GREAT and MUSICAL future!! - Mr. Hedrick 

To all of my friends: live your lives to the fullest and always strive for peace of heart or peace of mind. They are 

rarely the same - Dan 

Ewan - Always remember "Do you like chocolate pie" - Beth 

I guess I can now officially say 'Gone Fishin' - Mike 

To those I Love Most! Etan W., Johnny K., JMA, Mike D., Dan the Contrabass, Linda G., llysse A., Eric B., Alii B., 

Cyndi S., and of course Marc "Boardwalk" M. - Kevin 

I promise I'll never wear a French Maid's outfit again as long as I can still wear panties! - Etan 

For all of my students, good luck to you wherever you go, and try to be on time. - Mr. Kane 

To all the "guys" and the "girls", Good luck in the future! Keep in touch and I'll miss ya! Love, Sheila 

To all my friends, and the people that I've come to know all these years. Thank you for the good times and all the 

memories. Love, Denise 

To the class of 98, zip, zip, zup, zup, we're done! I'll miss you all. Thanks for the memories. Love, Leah 

Mike, for all of those quiet moments of perfect happiness, and smiles when most needed. Regardless of distance 

and time I'll always love you.... - Linda 

Read, Read, Read - it's the best exercise! - Vicky Duffy 

Best of luck to the Class of 1998. - Miss Baker 



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When in doubt, always convert to moles. - Mr. Todd 

Los quiero con todo mi corazon. - Mrs. Modricamin 

1998 is the Year of the Tuton - Tom 

To Senior Class: The most important tool for success is the belief that you can succeed. Best Wishes, Mr. Kaplan 

Seniors: May all your future endeavors be filled with happiness and success. Live Long and Prosper. Ms. Ellis 

Special Thanks to Dave LaCivita, Helen Ho, Frankie Gallagher and Suzanne O'Toole for all your much needed help. Good 

Luck in the Future. Best Wishes, The Oracle Staff 




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Allison, 

I know that you will always come shining through 

No matter what you choose to do- 

You know with your family you will always rate 

"Good Luck" to you and your classmates in "98" 

With much love, 

Mom, Dad, Nan, and Brothers two, 

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Jared, 

Thanks for everything! 

You've been such a good friend to me, 

I love you! Congratulations! 

Love always 

Jackie 










CARRIE YOU ARE A 

WONDERFUL PERSON 

We are very proud of you 

Love 

Mom, Dad, Erin, Matt 







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Love, Mom, Dad, Kelly, Caitlin 

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There are places I'll remember all my life, 

though some have changed. 

Some forever — not for better. 

Some have gone and some remain. 

All these places have their moments, 

with lovers and friends, I still can recall. 

Some are dead and some are living — 

in my life, I've loved them all. 

These words of "In My Life" by the Beatles touch us because they invoke the 
memories of years spent at Randolph Junior/Senior High School. Some bitter, 
some sweet, but all of them have been together. The days of passing notes, 
lunches spent gossiping, joking and studying for that fifth-period test, rallies 
filled with spirit, debates over the Pop Quiz on Channel One, and just being 
together, as the Class of 1998, have been an environment conducive to 
making the best friendships for which we could have ever wished or 
dreamed. Through the years, classmates have become a part of our extend- 
ed families, and the times we've shared in this building, a home of sorts, have 
truly meant so much. 

But of all these friends and lovers 

there is no one, compares with you. 

And these memories lose their meaning 

when I think of love as something new. 

Though I know I'll never lose affection 

for people and things that went before... 

I know I'll often stop and think about them. 

In my life I love you more. 

All of us are bound together for the rest of our lives because we will always 
be the Class of 1998, and nothing can change that, no matter where the 
future takes us. From start to finish we've been together, and this Oracle 
shows that. Pictures of us with braces and big hair in Junior High have been 
replaced with prom dresses and tuxedos, Powder Puff jerseys and varsity 
sport uniforms, and soon caps and gowns. But one thing remains the same — 
US. The people. The Class of 1998 will be an eternal spark in each and every 
one of our hearts, now and forever, as we look back on our tears and laugh 
and then look back on our laughter and cry... 

through the years 



With best wishes for a future filled with happiness, love, and success. 
Stacey Joy Levine and Audrey Rose Shore, 
Senior Class President and Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Oracle 



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